Some people are born with a pencil in their hand and this is the case with this infamous artist SANDIP DIXIT following his passion in times when Youth of this generation don’t even know what they want to do with their life.
Born in West Bengal,Sandip knew from a very small age what he wanted to do in his life.Being a child he had made some amazing sketches and is continuing to do so with just a Pencil in his hand.In Country like India where it’s next to impossible to convert your passion into a profession, this man didn’t lose his hope and is continuing to sketch amazing masterpieces to show this world that nothing is impossible.This artist is making his heart out of these sketches.
Using his imagination he has made some of the fascinating artwork that will surely leave you baffled.Here is some of his work.
‘Aren’t they amazing’
He had also presented his work in various exhibitions and received appraisal by many professional international artists.You can also ping him on Facebook if you want to capture yourself on a paper.
These are some of his words which proved that is is no like any ordinary guy:
“I choose drawing over painting as this allows me to create many layers over layers of line and dots which react to each other in order to create a vibrant texture with directions and movement.This enables the finished work to be viewed more by the senses as opposed to the standard visual observation of the photo.Personally, I view the practice of drawing as sketching on a surface to observe what’s hidden underneath,where as the nature of painting projects more the inverse,covering and hid1ing details and forms that might have contributed to a sensuality of a work.
I work in a style that most people refer to as photorealism or hyperrealism.I use photos as references for my hyper-realistic drawing and painting but I am not after a perfect reproduction at all.I use photos very loosely once the proportions are established.
I am actually improvising a lot.My main concern is to capture the essence and substance of forms in order to get close to a perceptible presence of a subject.”
For more of SANDIP’s work,find him on Facebook.