Sunday, January 10, 2010

i have a YELLOW
fountAIN pen.

nothing can
STOP me now.

19 comments:

ಕವನ said...

Running out of ink?

Shrabasti Banerjee said...

Awwwwww. The paper's nice too.

Pratiti said...

Nice.
But, bring on the Tandemleters.
WV: wakist

Priyanka said...

Eek. Multiple fonts, multiple colours, sudden capitalisation. Is that mild hysteria I detect?

Tommy said...

The way you drew the hair reminds me of The Little Prince.

EvolutioN said...

Well groomed fingernails. very correct way of holding a pen. clear unbroken lines. you are a well sorted person, arent you?

Loves,

Evo

Rahul Saha said...

Lord help us all. Now he'll be doing somersaults on his matress.

Indecision Personified said...

@ Tommy: I KNOW.... thanks for recollecting that to me... the hair did look vaguely familiar.

@ sroyon: btw I have a new fountain pen and I am very pleased with it too - thank you very much - but talk of show off!! Gawd!! :P

Spin said...

Yellow fountain pen+nice, textured paper+bhalo aanka = Illustration Monster!

Sroyon said...

@ಕವನ: Not even that!

@Shrabasti: It's my drawing book, actually. I particularly chose it because I liked the unusual texture.

@Pratiti: Soon, soon.

@Priyanka: If it's hysteria, you know who's to blame.

@Tommy: You're right. If I see a drawing I like, I try to make note of the details. So maybe I was copying unconsciously here.

@EvolutioN: Yes, but also--as Priyanka points out--multiple fonts, multiple colours and sudden capitalisation.

@Saha: Ok just because I was doing it at NALSAR doesn't mean I do it all the time. :-/

@IP: Ha! You're just jealous because yours isn't yellow.

@Spin: Er, is that a compliment?

Spin said...

It's a statement of Fact. Illustration Monster draws everything it sees. Sigh. We speak different languages.

The Orange Cat said...

I have one too!
Two of them in fact!

Sroyon said...

@Orange Cat: I heard about that. Good for you!

Kro said...

The colour of the "stop" almost made me throw up.

Indecision Personified said...

@ sroyon: can't be jealous of a YELLOW fountain pen of all things!!!

btw.. before I got into pointing out the flaws in your charecter...:-P, what I had wanted to say was, "Man! the paper looks really good..."

Sroyon said...

@Spin: Okay, thanks for your explanation, though I must admit it leaves me as clueless as before. More so, if possible.

@Kro: I happen to like it there. Goes well with the red and blue.

@IP: Paper is from my drawing book--MRP Rs. 13. Buying stationery is an art.

Anonymous said...

i broke the nib of my favourite one while trying to get the water out of it near the basin...it was fine and delightfully crisp

Ravis said...

Is it only my fountain pens that either break or get lost in no time?
And is that The Little Prince?

Sroyon said...

@Anonymous: I've done that too.

@Ravis: Some of my pens have lasted me for ages. And I wasn't trying to draw the Little Prince, but I've been told it looks like him.