Monday, July 27, 2009

loaded dice and abrasions



All images from Parva/The Epic © Amruta Patil

14 comments:

skinnydipper said...

If this is the sequel to _kari_, i am eagerly looking forward to it. you have such a flamboyant yet deeply self-conscious style (it's a compliment) - hard to forget

Jellicles said...

evocative...

Aditya Mani Jha said...

It seems to me that this is something you have been working on for a long, long time...and it's well worth the wait, both for you and for readers(like yours truly!)

I always recommend "Kari" to friends at my college...and they are seldom disappointed....eagerly waiting for "Parva"

Bharat K.V. said...

wow...ur kind of teaser to ur next one is amazing...the coloring sets the mood...i guess its an epic recreation with your thoughts in it...

btw enjoyed reading KARI...awesome artwork...really creative...

Anaka said...

Oh wow, this is the first time I'm visiting your blog and now I have to get my hands on Kari! Good luck with your highly creative work.

AnoNick said...

Wow... I like the Draupadi the best, it somehow represents her situation perfectly, with the reds and the expression, and the way the saree is drawn...

I discovered Kari today. It's beautiful. Been recommending it to everyone I chat with.

songara said...

Waiting for it to come out in stores :).

Maddie said...

I'm wondering if I could be invited to read your blog Parva, I am very interested in your upcoming work. I'm a writer for The Rumpus, a San Francisco based online culture and literary magazine, and I would also love to set up an interview or do a review of Parva/The Epic. My name's Maddie Oatman and you can email me at moatman11@gmail.com or reply to this post. Thanks!
Maddie

axw11 said...

Is the guy in between with the dice Salvador Dali?

swazti said...

hi..ur words captivate me amruta..i loved kari..when is Parva coming out..pls can i access ur blog of it..

Lorraine said...

amul...i love ur work the first pic is a self potrait

sachu thomas said...

I would love to write a Malayalam translation for Kari.

amruta patil said...

:) You should tell your Malayali sister, VK Karthika, Chief Publisher at HarperCollins (which holds the rights for 'Kari').

sachu thomas said...

That's possible, Amruta. And let me find a publisher first.