Voxel Planetoid

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Decided to take part in a Sketchfab contest after a long time.. this time thought I’d try something I hadnt done before – Voxel art!

In case you want to take part as well, the contest page is here – http://ift.tt/2nwGf63
this is the 2nd thing i ever created on Magic Voxel, was so much fun 🙂

I wanted to create an odd planetoid with a micro ecosystem and weird geological anomalies.. due to low gravity


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thanks to @elbriga for the excellent tutorial on the Magicvoxel-sketchfab workflow – http://ift.tt/2nf58ko

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Photospheres from NGEF

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NGEF (New Government Electrical Factory) of Karnataka in India was an ISO 9001 certified company with German collaborators and known for technology.[1] It is taken as an example of an Indian company that declined.[1]
-source wikipedia
Here are some pics from a visit to the New Government Electric Factory’s sale.. (liquidation of assets)
bascially a huge graveyard of office furniture.. desks.. tables.. closets..

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Heres one of the many abandoned factory floors on the massive property.

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How to get a year of Adobe CC for half price.

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This is not a hack. (well maybe its a lifehack) 
This is not me being a smarty pants. (if Adobe fixes this bug, I’ll be fine with it) 
This is me just working with a broken system.. and then realising that I shouldn’t complain.. coz.. I’m sort of winning at the end of the day!
So in December 2016 I decided to stop using my Credit card. I had struggled with Credit Card debt and decided it was time to get smart.
So after a year of paying for my Adobe CC licence with my credit card, I switched the payment method to Debit Card.
The first payment went through.. and then the following month it failed! 
So suddenly I found myself switched over to a one month trial of Adobe CC . Until that expired. Then I payed for the next month with the same debit card.. and sure enough at the next month’s payment date.. the payment failed again.. and I was back on the One month trial ..
Again once the trial was over I had to manually pay for the next month with my debit card.
Frustrating right? I tried my best to get Adobe to see that there was some kind of glitch.. But they didn’t . or rather their customer care system is not equipped to solve a problem like this.
So I told myself that the issue must be with my bank- HDFC Bank. They proved even less helpful… or er helpless is a better word. And so I switched banks. I was now a proud account holder at Yes Bank.
Did this solve my issue.. nope. the same loop has started again.
This time Adobe actually got on the phone with me! And they still refused to accept that it was something they could fix on their side.. They wanted me to go tell my bank that they should allow Adobe to charge them..
So I was going to call my bank.. when..
EUREKA!
I just realized.. that instead of paying for Adobe CC every month.. 
I’m now only paying every alternate month. 
Why the heck am I complaining about that?

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Rocinante phone doodle

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Rocinante by chaitanyak on @DeviantArt
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Shark Trooper vs Hammerhead Shark Trooper..

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Phone doodles with Sketchbook Pro on a Lenovo P2 Android phone.

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Bangalore: A Graphic Novel

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A graphic novel I designed just went live (book design project.. none of the art is mine) –

click below:

Available on Kindle for now, coming to Comixology in 3 months.

Bangalore means different things to different people. 

Now 18 artists and writers have come together to present their kaleidoscopic versions of the city through 9 stories. 
This is a city where the sum is greater than the parts, this is a vision which melds past, present and future. 
The contributors range from those born and brought up in the city as well as passing travellers; from those who lost their hearts there as well as those who found the city’s secret heart. 
Bangalore: A Graphic Novel is part of Every City is a Story, a unique city-centric storytelling initiative.

Contributors include Harsho Mohan Chattoraj, Devaki Neogi, Appupen, Zac O’Yeah, CG Salamander, Prashant Miranda, Rupesh Arvindakshan, Jai Undurti, Ramya Ramakrishnan, Solo, Ojo, Karn, George Supreeth, Sumit Moitra, Neeraj Menon, Aditya Bidikar, Gunjan Joshi, Sonali Upadhyaya and Zsolt Herman Garcia with cover art by Abhishek Malsuni.

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