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Anime/Manga, Manga Recommendations, Manga Review

Chalk Art Manga: A Step-by-Step Guide Review

A unique and fun way to draw manga Author : Danica Davidsonillustration : Reena SaiyyaPublisher : Skyhorse Publishingpublished : June 2022 As manga grows in popularity around the world, it has become a huge part of a lot of people's childhoods. While most of them feel excited just to read their favorite stories, others are inspired to be like their favorite mangaka. They also want to be a manga artist and draw iconic characters like Goku and Naruto.This is one of the main reasons why "how to draw manga" books have become the most popular drawing guide in the world. And now, there's a new one coming that promises to offer something quirky and different from other manga drawing guide books. It's called Chalk Art Manga: A Step-by-Step Guide, and here's our review of it! Most...
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Traditional Indian art is witnessing a contemporary makeover. And the art market is loving it

Tribal and traditional artists explore novel ways of storytelling, experimenting with colour, techniques and contemporary themes, to connect with younger, mainstream audiences Tribal and traditional artists explore novel ways of storytelling, experimenting with colour, techniques and contemporary themes, to connect with younger, mainstream audiences The unusually sultry September and a busy makeshift stall, do not stop Rupsona. A folk singer-artist of the pattachitra tradition, from Pingla district, West Bengal, she narrates her scrolls through song, armed with a powerful voice. Undeterred by visitors trying to catch her art on camera, she points to her canvas and sings of the playful love Radha and Krishna share. Lately, her canvases have been telling some socially relevant stor...
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Satyajit Ray Centenary Show inaugurated at Durbar Hall Art Centre in Kochi

Event features lesser-known aspects of Ray's works and discussions by film personalities, critics Event features lesser-known aspects of Ray's works and discussions by film personalities, critics Minister for Industries and Law P. Rajeeve said Satyajit Ray marked India's place in the world cinema as his movies were expressions of persistent transformation and creativity.He was inaugurating the one-month-long Satyajit Ray Centenary Show jointly organized by Kerala Lalithakala Akademi and Kolkata Center for Creativity (KCC) on the occasion of the birth centenary of the world-renowned filmmaker, at the Durbar Hall Art Center in Kochi on Sunday.“He had created a syntax and language not only for Indian cinema, but for world cinema as well, Mr. Rajeev said.Mayor M. Anilkumar, presided ov...
Sports

Pakistan vs England – Babar Azam “Replicated” Virat Kohli’s Art Of Scoring Hundred In Chase: Pakistan Great

File photo of Babar Azam© AFPBabar Azam scored a hundred against England in the second T20I of the seven-match series at National Stadium, Karachi on Thursday. Chasing a 200-run target in the game, Pakistan comfortably reached home as Babar led the innings with his 110 not out off 66 balls. His knock was laced with 11 fours and 5 sixes. After the match, former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar lavished praise on Babar and said that he replicated India batter Virat Kohli's art of scoring a hundred in a chase.With the latest three-figure mark, Babar also became the first Pakistan batter to score two hundreds in the T20I format. His first century in the format had come against South Africa. It was a 122-run knock that had come off 59 balls in Centurion in April last year.Akhtar claimed tha...
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Visakhapatnam-based 11-year-old Poorvi Rajak makes it to the India Book of Records for sea shell art

Visakhapatnam-based Poorvi Rajak makes it to the India Book of Records for showcasing art forms from 29 Indian States on sea shells Visakhapatnam-based Poorvi Rajak makes it to the India Book of Records for showcasing art forms from 29 Indian States on sea shells A collection of sea shells from the beaches of Visakhapatnam was turned into a delightful canvas showing the culture of India by 11-year-old Poorvi Rajak and made it to the India Book of Records. The class VII student of Little Angels School, Visakhapatnam, made a new record for maximum sea shells painted with different art forms of all Indian States. As many as 286 sea shells were used to depict different art forms of 28 Indian States by the budding artist. She arranged the sea shells in the shape of the Indian map. It...
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18 cities, 1 art plan: The second edition of AF Weekender has ambitious pan-India goals

AF Weekender, India's first pan-India art event, will have galleries staying open beyond working hours and special studio visits for young collectors AF Weekender, India's first pan-India art event, will have galleries staying open beyond working hours and special studio visits for young collectors This weekend, art took to the streets in a big way. With late night gallery tours, heritage walks, workshops and treasure hunts across 18 cities, Art Fervour's AF Weekender became the first ever pan-India event on the art calendar, and marked a shift in the country's cultural landscape. Read | How artist Anuradha Nalapat explores words and the spaces behind them“The art ecosystem in India is considered to be an elite space, monopolised by intellectuals and collectors,” says Art Fervo...