Domuha Aakrman (दोमुँहा आक्रमण) - Freelance Talents (2016)

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Historical fiction, symbolism comic by Tadam Gyadu and Mohit Sharma Trendster


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Domuha Aakrman द ो म ु ह ा आ क म ण Illustrator – Tadam Gyadu PencilDude Writer – Mohit Sharma Trendster Colorist – Harendra Saini Calligrapher – Youdhveer Singh © Freelance Talents 2016 all rights reserved.

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Interview With Comics Artist Tadam Gyadu Comics Reel Tadam Gyadu is a self learnt young emerging comics artist from Arunachal Pradesh one of the north-eastern states of India. His second comics Brahmaand Vikhandan released this month previously he was credited in Adrishya Shadyantra earlier this year both comics of Nagraj by Raj Comics. He has been a part of many independent comics and freelance works in past and goes by the pseudonym PencilDude. In an exclusive interview with Mohit Sharma Tadam talks about his art and inspirations. Q – Who inspired you to become an artist how old were you when you started sketching/art Tadam – I always had a keen interest in art. When I was in kindergarten long before comics came into my life I used to copy the illustrations from my textbooks. Apples bananas planes and stuff We also had some “life of the Buddha” books in our home I copied their illustrations too. later when passed to class three i got my first comic book- So Ja Nagraj – illustrated by Anupam Sinha sir. i instantly fell in love with comics. And started copying those

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illustrations. I think I was 9 or 10 years old when I first started drawing comic heroes. Q – What is the story behind your pseudonym PencilDude Tadam – Actually there is no story behind my pseudonym. I know some great artists and writers like munshi premchand artgerm manu sir etc who use pseudonyms and I find it kinda cool to have one. So I did some brainstorming and came up with my very own alias – pencildude. Q – Were you involved in any creative extracurricular activities in school Tadam – I used to sing dance draw and write at school. We had some good extra- curricular activities in school and I took part in most of them except sports I am terrible at it. Q – What is/are your favorite genres Tadam – My favorite genres are fantasy and sci-fi with some philosophy. Q – Other hobbies and pastimes besides art Tadam – Other than art I like to enjoy music movies and books. Q – Tell us more about your upcoming projects Tadam – As of now I am not involved in any project. I am focusing on honing my skills. So I am taking some time off. I will be back pretty soon. Q – Who are your role models or people you look up to in art life and why Tadam – In art there is not a particular one whom I consider my role model. Anupam sir who drove me into comics art. Sir David finch from whose tutorial videos I learnt a lot of technical things of comic art. Dheeraj dkboss kumar Lalit Sharma Sumit kumar abhishek malsuni sir are some who taught me many things. In short I follow whoever is good and try to use their plus points into my own style. In life my mother and my Grandpa are my role models.

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They inspire me to do whatever I do and I would not have been I if they were not with me. Q – Where do you see yourself 10 years from now Tadam – I see myself practicing to make myself better. Q – What advice would you give to young artists who want to pursue art as career Tadam – Well I am an amateur myself so I don’t have anything of my own to say. But I would like to pass on something which the great Mukesh singh had said in an interview for the newcomers : be the first __________. fill your name on the blank. Q – Your best artwork till date Tadam – I can’t decide which is the best artwork I did till date because whichever artwork I do at first it seems pleasing but when I look at it after few days then I laugh at myself seeing so many silly mistakes. So I guess that best artwork is yet to come. Q – Tell us more about Arunachal’s art scene. Tadam – As I said already there is not much scope for an artist in Arunachal. There are no good art colleges neither are there any publishing houses or production houses which would hire artists. The aspiring artists who do not have much knowledge about the carriers they can pursue in art either get interested in other things or become sign board painters because there is nobody who can guide them. I hope people will get aware soon. Q – Share some interesting items from your ‘Bucketlist’ few random facts about yourself Tadam – Let me share them one by one. a I myself came to know about art as a carrier after I passed out class 10 and went out for further studies in Assam. b Once I was planning to be an Engineer. Thank God I wasn’t that

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Good in studies. c I don’t like living in cities maybe because I lived most of my life in village. I think that’s all in my mind right now. Upcoming Comic – 3 Runs ka Sauda Mohit Trendster and Amit Albert

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