Pencil Sketch of Indian Actor Rishi Kapoor by Glanson Dsouza

Pencil Sketch of Indian Actor Rishi Kapoor by Glanson Dsouza


Artist: Glanson Dsouza, Kasaragod, Kerala

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Mornings a clear black for me the only light I see is the inner voice that constantly asks me how would the world be seeking that unseen truth, my imagination run wild searches and searched for the clarity the vision and the potential that is hidden in me I see through my heart, my conscience and my soul and I put that imagination, the understanding on canvas to build that unseen, unimagined painting that only a soul can see the conscience can perceive a heart can feel my room is full of paintings and sketches you will not find anything else paintings earn me my bread and butter, myshelter and my water I sleep around paintings I cry around paintings.

Paintings are my friend. Paintings are my lover I live in a single room with two windows and a balcony it’s on first floor of an old independent house. My owners don’t charge me much, ah, they’re kind. This morning I started a new painting planning to finish up by evening. My friend said he would drop by for a coffee.

Busy lives allow you only for coffee these days. I’m an artist I drink whenever I want. This painting is complex I need to take lot of measurements the canvas would be enough or not, I wonder. Nevertheless, paintings are like life, you never know if the canvas would be enough you the start off and keep adjusting the outlines according to the size.

I have drawn outline of it, I need to fill colors but which colors nevermind. Every painting has its destiny, this one will have too well, good time has passed I have now filled colors as well the painting is ready now. Hey, how did you do it? Is it good? Yes I wish I was like you. Do you really feel like that. Yes. Shall we have coffee? Yup, let’s go well head!


A small model of his family, is only a few inches tall and he took it off quickly; I doubt it would take even ten minutes. What may initially seem like a few drops, as you look at it, becomes a family story. What may initially seem like a few drops, as you look at it, becomes a family story.

Le Trait d’Union is a French term for screenplay, bridging the gap between two words. The boy is healing a very difficult relationship between Carpeaux and his wife. She was charming, everyone loved her. It was more like a husband’s beast. He put detectives on his way because he was jealous. Her little son, who was seriously ill, reunited them again when he survived. And Carpeaux let out a torrent of memories in gratitude for his recovery.

I think it would look cheesy like a marble. Being small and also like clay, which has the strangest ability to evoke human flesh, it has to be modest and intimate. Only the wife is on a very slim little shift, so she can read each member unobstructed by clothing. It is the most expressive way of exposing the emotions of a figure. These are made with just pinches of clay.

It has its fingerprints on it. It just takes it out in a terribly short time. From certain points of view, it doesn’t even make sense. You start to feel his hands and you come looking for him more and more. I am fascinated by your relationship with your family; This passionate respect even when he was being mean.

And I think it is only an impression of the vigor and economy with which it can express itself. The quick sketch may be the most passionate revelation of talent and intimate feelings.


This is a Be My Eyes story. Hi all. I am an artist but as a profession I am a [graphic] graphic designer and photographer. [I found] Be My Eyes thanks to one of my friends, he is also a blind person. When you talked about this app, I was very surprised by the idea. I started using it at that time. “Providing help” may be … not exactly what I would like to say, but “sharing that moment”. At one point I had the same question from three different people … it was really interesting.

[The task] consisted of due dates for some products, so it was nothing special. Sometimes what is really difficult is explaining “You have to turn the camera [to] the exact position” … that’s a good challenge. When someone needs … a simple question from a person, you don’t know anything about him or her, I really like that idea.

The point is to share, at that time, your problem just to solve it. Therefore, it is not about helping, but about sharing completely. Sharing something We are human, so I don’t want to say “Oh, it’s really good to share! Doing! Helping!” It’s not that deal. When you meet especially blind people, you understand very well, it is not a disability. It is completely functional diversity. The things that can see, I mean perception, is something different that we cannot see. What is normality or disability in this case? How can I say … when you share something with someone in daily life? … how you feel is also the same with Be My Eyes.

Actually, using technology in this field is surprising. What we need to live together in a world with peace and love is to share. So technology [helps us] live in a better world. This was a Be My Eyes story. If you liked it, share and comment your views below.

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