Monday, May 21, 2012

Adi Parva: Churning of the Ocean

Cover of the forthcoming graphic novel. Any beauty is the grace of the head quarters; all ugliness is entirely my own.

7 comments:

JC said...

Best wishes, Amruta!nsfiscu 8

Space Bar said...

This image was my constant last year. Looking forward. Congratulations!

amruta patil said...

Space Bar: Just as you were one of the constant nodes. Love.

PT - The Axis said...

the headquarters & the being whose identity cannot be mentioned :) sounding like 'he whose name must not be spoken/written' in hogwarts ala harry potter tales

amruta patil said...

Dear Prashant,
There would be no Adi Parva had you not lighted the first light. As for acknowledging 'headquarters' (collective/personal/inner mythology that raps the knuckles every now as a reminder to stay focused, work on humility) - from front cover to back, via 266 pages, there is naught else. For keeping a vigilant eye, thank you.
Love,
Amruta

PT - The Axis said...

firstly thanks for publishing publicall7 ... so this mild acknowledgement graces the comments section only :) first light only ?! thats cool. am usually just surprised/laughy rather than being vigilant (am no cop). maybe the fact that am on front-cover without name is also an acknowledgement. only thing happening from this work will be 'amruta patil' getting more name & fame. nothing else. a path to humility never seen before in all kaal :)

amruta patil said...

Dear Prashant
With Adi Parva, as with anything of any worth: I am scribe, not auteur. I have not, and will not, claim to be more. I'm incapable of generating light, and anyone with half a mind would see through that sort of pretense. As for the laughing - there's indeed much to laugh at; I need only to turn the gaze onto myself for comic relief.
Love
Amruta