We are Visual Storytellers

If you have an idea to express, a product to explain, a thought to accelerate, a story to present, think VISUALLY. Think of us.

We illustrate and Illuminate. We put art in motion. We simplify complexity. Visit our home to know more: www.brainpanstudio.com

Visit us also on
Brainpan Studio | Facebook | Twitter | Youtube | Instagram 

Advertisements

Age of Innocence: Character Six

Project: Age of Innocence

Category: Character Design

The Story: Rontu, the fisherman’s boy loves the sky; the white clouds and the star scattered nights. He thinks the birds are just braver fishes leaving the sea to swim high. He is a brilliant kite maker and spends most of his days wading the vast expanse with his strings.

19424106_1758639547496413_654511819995132545_n19430136_1758732374153797_554102730928312243_n

Visit our website for many more visual stories.

Brainpan Studio | Facebook | Twitter | Youtube | Instagram

House of Professionals (ii)

A house is the reflection of its inhabitant. It is a monument of bricks and mortar wearing the character of its people. A house is a skeleton that carries it’s own unique ghost. This series investigates the houses of professionals.

Guess who lives in this house?
A. Plumber | B. Doctor | C. Baker  | D. Mechanic

1 1

Brainpan Studio | Facebook | Twitter | Youtube | Instagram

Yoga in the Times of Deadline

Yoga on radio. Yoga from mantri. Yoga on television. Yoga to sell Patanjali. Yoga for health. Yoga for harmony. Turning and twisting, arguing and insisting. And here we are caught in a strange knot. Yoga for you and yoga for me.

International-Yoga-DAy

Brainpan Studio | Facebook | Twitter | Youtube | Instagram

Get Your Anatomy Right

Get your basics correct, says Moon Arun. Before you write the epic novel, learn the alphabets right. Before you deal with complex compounds, keep the periodic table in sight. Your magnum opus will only be a reflection of your childhood crawl. No body can hold upright without the structure to hold it tight. No structure is valid without the basic skeleton. Before you draw on the flesh, learn to balance the bones.

To be a good artist, get your anatomy right.

Learn from the master. We highly recommend the book “Anatomy and Drawing” by Victor Perard.

Brainpan Studio | Facebook | Twitter | Youtube | Instagram