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Sunday, December 23, 2012


This is a short promo I animated for my college convocation, where we decided to make an artwork/animation a day to countdown to the date of convocation. This is a humourous take on one of my friends and animation colleague, Jasjyot.
Song track : Knaan - Somalia

This video is not intended for commercial use. No copyright infringement is intended.

For a better view, here are some other links:

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Showreel (2012)

This is my showreel, compiling most of my work done during my animation course at NID, Ahmedabad.
Music : Zapac - Test Drive

for a better view, its on vimeo: https://vimeo.com/53586875

Friday, November 9, 2012

Loopdeloop - Bang

This was my entry for this month's Loopdeloop competition, the theme being "Bang!"

The loop follows the tale of a bullet through a cowboy saloon...

The video is up at vimeo: https://vimeo.com/53160057

It is up on their website:  http://www.loopdeloop.org/2012/11/dipankar-sengupta-bang/

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Classroom Project - A father's promise

I finally have managed to complete my classroom project at NID after a long long wait. It wouldn't have been possible without the help of a lot of people - colleagues, faculty and family. Here are a few stills from the project, will put up the link for the film soon.

Synopsis : This is a story of the manifestation of a father-son relationship despite all odds.

Here are some snapshots from the film.

I have uploaded my film on vimeo, here is the link to it: https://vimeo.com/51776390

Sunday, August 12, 2012

Abhibashi Magazine Cover

This was a cover that I drew for a bi-annual Bengali magazine "Abhibashi".

The theme for the magazine for this session is "Theater" and with Durga Puja just around the corner, they required me to incorporated some element of that as well into the drawing. I made two versions of it. This one is the final version, the one that I finally submitted to the editors with the proposed layout.

However, things didn't quite go as planned with the publishers due to some miscommunication and the final printed version looks like this.

In the previous version, I had tried to use the Tholpavakoothu shadow puppet art form and use that to show bring out the subject. However, I wasn't very happy with the result and decided to rework on it.

I made this one using acrylics and photo inks, and detailed the puppets with a ball pen. On a personal note, I must admit that the puppets which are actually used for the plays in Kerala, are much more detailed than what I could hope to portray in my version of them.

Saturday, July 28, 2012

Art Exhibition at Darpan art Gallery

I had my first Art Exhibition today at Darpan Art Gallery off S.B Road, here in Pune. It started on the 25th of July and will wrap up by the 31st. The exhibition was inaugurated by Mr. Anil Awachat and renowned painter Murli Lahoti. Murli Lahoti's work can be seen at this website http://murlilahoti.com/

I had the good fortune of meeting the renowned artist Mr. Milind Mulick (http://www.milindmulick.com/)
who dropped in for the exhibition today.
The Exhibition was organised by my diploma project Sponsorers Mr. Rothindra Nath Chowdhry and Ms. Dickiy Chowdhry.

These are the artworks that I put up at the exhibition, please do take a look. I made the illustrations with a black Cello-gripper ballpen.

1. a peaceful evening

2. away from home

3. bad santa

4. nightmares

5. the apple orchard

Saturday, June 30, 2012

RGB 2012

I had made this poster for RGB 2012. I didn't send this finally because I wasn't too happy with the outcome of it.

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

The Open Window

This was a short story written by Saki, that I illustrated for "Joydhaak".

Here's a summary of the story as per wikipedia:

"The Open Window is a short story about Frampton Nuttel. Mr. Nuttel heads out to the countryside to calm his nervous condition, he takes along with him a handful of introduction letters his sister had given him. Mr. Nuttel visits the home of Mrs. Sappleton (as addressed on one of the letters), meets a young girl, the niece of Mrs. Sappleton, and she proceeds to have some fun at his expense. She explains that on that very day, three years earlier, their family had met with misfortune. The aunt’s husband and her two brothers were swallowed up in the bog near the moor and never found. It's further explained that each day the large French window is left open in hopes that the missing loved ones will return. The aunt rushes into the main sitting room and just then, outside the open window, Mrs. Sappleton’s husband and two brothers appear, having come back from a recent hunting trip."

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Shubham's Birthday Card

This was a birthday card that I drew for one of my closest friends, Ms. Shubham Shreya on the occassion of her 23rd birthday. Here's my best wishes to her and Harsha.

Medium - Cello Gripper (ballpen) and acryllic paint

Friday, April 13, 2012

Loopdeloop - Rock

This was my submission for the monthly animation competition Loop de Loop. The competition is basically about making a loop based around the month's theme "Rock".

Finished this one in about a day and a half, trying to break out from my usual sketchy style into a very flat and basic approach

Its on their website:

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Death of a Jelly bear

This was one of the results of my frustration coming through after working on my diploma project document for over a month and still not finishing on time. The video is uploaded on vimeo as well.


Sunday, March 4, 2012


My friend and I were coming back from dinner one night and stopped by a sugarcane juice seller. While watching the juice-wallah churning out juice from the sugarcane, we were trying to figure out which wheel was linked to the other which caused them to rotate in this manner. After coming back to the studio, when I was taking a break from work, I decided to work with something that involved such a mechanical structure.

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Revisiting some old Friends

It has been a long time since I last drew a decent comic book capered hero, say maybe two years ago. It's a startling realisation that I have come to terms with. It's not that I have grown out of it, indeed, it would be a crime to leave behind Batmans and Supermans to gather dust on one's shelf. But it came to me as a welcome breath of fresh air when I was offered a chance to make posters for an upcoming comic book event happening in Takshzila wherein all of my favourite heroes in tights, and more, are going to be put on display. These are some of the posters that I have worked on, will put up more images soon!

1) Dark Horse Universe
2) DC Comics Universe
3) Marvel Universe
4) Dark Horse Universe
5) Batman Comics
6) Buddha
7) V for Vendetta
8) Calvin and Hobbes

Have worked on these posters under a strict deadline of 4 days for 8 posters, It was honestly really hectic, but am glad things sorted themselves out in the end. Cheers!

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

a Belated X'mas

This Santa was there at the back of my mind for quite some time now, just couldn't get time to put it on paper!

Some ball pen scribbles

These are some sketches that I'd worked on while taking time off from my Diploma project.