Tuesday, February 20, 2007

A Comic Strip

Of all the places were the muse can strike! This one happened in a classroom in Delhi during my Civil Service coaching. The hero of this cartoon was one of the sweetest boys i had met, totally uncorrupted by the ways of the world, preparing for the UPSC because it was his dad's big dream to see him as an IPS officer. I had this habit of drawing cartoon and mythical characters in school on the last pages of my notebook and was pleasantly surprised to find this talent revisiting 10 years later! Had totally forgotten about this...if not for my sister who miraculously discovered this one scribbled inside one of my notebooks.

P.S - Please open the image in another window. For some reason its all blurred.


b v n said...

Athu kalakki !!

Mind Curry said...

i can see a stiff competition developing for mr.yesudas, the cartoonist.


funny one..

Anand K said...

Dude, I didn't know this funda about our M.S bhai!Did he really share this terrible secret with you? :D

Now that you too have started sketching, I suggest we should start an animated series of Mottayum Thommanum or an Adventures of Thalakkulam Muthu Thambi!

Anand K said...

I am back in the blogosphere after 4 months of vanavaas.
With apologies to George Cohan, here's a theme song so that you could herald the return of the Hero (and that's ME by the way!) :P.

Send the word, send the word over there.....
That the Wanderer's coming, The Wanderer's coming,
The drums rum-tum tumming Ev'rywhere!

So prepare, say a pray'r,
Send the word, send the word to beware....
I'll be over, I'm coming over,
And I WON'T COME BACK till it's all over OVER there.