THE BEST CARD EVER

This is a special card from a very special friend. Her art is as pure as her persona. The card is a testimonial to that.
To her- Can’t thank you enough for this. Have run out of words…

The one below is the one that I have supposedly made…If you want to imagine what it originally looked like, imagine it without the kajal shading and the outline. Just imagine a pencil drawing. But she managed to make a card out of it. Am wondering if this would classify as junk art [:D]

6 comments to THE BEST CARD EVER

  • Esha  says:

    Good one Abhigya 😀

  • Abhigya  says:

    @Ravi- This ability to get to the bottom of everything makes you the genius you are. Yes there was something inside which I though was worse…but she says its good [:D]…though I am not too sure. What it is and what I wrote inside is a matter between herself and me [:D]. The card belongs to her and I posted the pic that she wanted me to post.
    And about the drawings on the back benches…trust me I was so nervous of my drawing that I never did graffiti anywhere. Looks like you were quite into it…never noticed though [:D]…must have done them on the sly.

  • robo  says:

    Abhigya Verma, what did you draw inside? or write inside? I was curious to see the card and the card itself makes me more curious… You say “If you think this is bad…” and probably do something worse inside… i want to see the worse thing now..
    I like khare's comment too.. though i am quite disappointed with your drawing.. you should have practiced more of drawing flowers in sjc than drawing wxy on the back benches 😀

  • Kinshuk  says:

    wow what an insightful comment 😀
    loved the line ” This card is a pretty analogy to a boy's clumsy life to a boy's life having a girl's touch into it.” very fitting for today's occasion 😛

  • Abhigya  says:

    @ritesh- thanks buddy…you can provide your real opinion about the card to me on phone [:D]. and you can be a poet or is it the effect of mrs chatterji's or mrs gandhi's english lessons. finding multiple and meanings and metaphors in simple things [:)]

  • Ritesh  says:

    Well, I wish to say that the confluent efforts put by both of view, tends to produce too good results than individual efforts.
    The card below is stunning and is really speaking a story of its own. This card is a pretty analogy to a boy's clumsy life to a boy's life having a girl's touch into it.

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