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Creative Doodles by ARTIST : SATAVISHA CHAKRABARTY
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Creative Doodles by ARTIST : SATAVISHA CHAKRABARTY

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13 June 2016

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Creative Doodles by ARTIST : SATAVISHA CHAKRABARTY

Satavisha Chakrabarty – The  Artist who brings out the best in what she does by simply enjoying it. She always liked to draw but never pursued any training and never had anything to do with art, it was just a form of relaxation to her. As she did her masters in History, she always wanted to be an archaeologist. She used to post her artwork on Instagram and noticed that people actually like her work. She once created a doodle for Dewarists ( an MTV show) since she is a huge fan of their show and got noticed by them. They even sent her Dewarists goodies. Since then she has been doodling regularly. She also started getting many freelance projects and she was enjoying her work. It never felt like she was working; rather it was like she was getting paid to enjoy her time. That’s the moment she realised Illustration is her calling. She also has a degree from ZICA (Zee institute of creative arts) in digital arts. She officially started freelancing in July 2015 and since then has completed over 60 projects.

 

She believes drawing is the best form of getting visual information on the page. She illustrates her imagination and tries to match it with what her lovely followers expect from her. She mostly illustrates based on how is she feeling at the moment. Basically, she does what makes her happy. While she was doing a lot of doodles, she gained interest on object art and switched to object art for some time.

 

She loves drawing on paper. So, usually, she puts down her imaginations on paper and then digitizes it if need be. Most of her zentangles are on paper. She loves black and white illustration. Since, she is doing a lot of projects, she also uses various tools such as Photoshop, Illustrator, CorelDRAW, InDesign etc.

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Her weekdays usually start with a coffee; checking emails and making a task list of what needs to be done for the day. Life for her is about working as little as possible for the biggest return. Return doesn’t need to be always in terms of money, it can be more leisure time. She doesn’t have much to worry about, so everything she does seems enjoyable.

At weekends, she sleeps a lot and hangs out with friends and spends time with family.

How much time she would take to finish an art work really depends on if she knows where she wants to go with a piece. If it’s something simple, it can take as little as 4 hours. For a more complicated illustration, it can take anywhere from a few days to a week. She stops a lot and looks at the illustration with a fresh pair of eyes before just rushing into finishing it.

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Her delight in the process of making an illustration and in what she envisions is what drives her. She thrives on detailing. Detailing is not a big deal to her, it’s just a part of her illustration. While she is illustrating, she feels like she is justifying who she was created to be.

She feels inspired by the amazing artist Harun Robert who, as per her, is a source of inspiration and creativity. She also admires Kerby Rosanes and Jabson Rodrigues. And above all, her parents are her biggest inspiration, they helped her all the way and with everything she wanted to do. She also tries to seek a lot of feedback from her readers.

 

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Words of wisdom,

“Listen to your heart. Do what makes you happy. If you like art and think that you can’t draw, try harder. Don’t just quit, take a class and work at it. I think you will be wonderfully surprised.. I am a self taught artist and I faced a lot of challenges in the beginning but now I have improved a lot; so can you. ”

 

Her words about Inspiro India,

“I think what Inspiro India is doing for young artists is commendable. I want to see more and more artists like me on Inspiro India. And I want to thank you guys for giving me this opportunity.”

You can find more of her work here: Instagram | Facebook 

 

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