April 2, 2015

Sketchnotes: Ketki Jadhav

by Anusha Narayanan

Between browsing endlessly on Behance and IDN in search of inspiration and running off into the hinterlands of her mind with Roald Dahl and Lewis Caroll, Ketki Jadhav scribbles down doodles in her sketchbooks. Ketki is a recent graduate of NID who majored in animation, and she currently works with Bombay Design House. She loves to interpret lines from Dahl’s and Caroll’s books, scenes from movies and sketch food, which invariably makes her hungry.

“I love to draw what fascinates me and scribble down little notes, sticking tickets or other junk that I find, to remind me why it was so special. It’s like my customized photo album.” says Ketki, revealing why she can’t stay away from her sketchbook for too long. One of her favourite places, explored through sketches, is Turkey, “where the east and west, the European and Middle-Eastern flavours blend together,” in what seems to her as a fresh and fascinating experience.


The Whirling Dervishes – Traveling through Turkey


View from my hotel in Istanbul – Traveling through Turkey

She is obsessed with sketching creepy, morbid scenes too, perhaps to satisfy her Dahl cravings. She loves filling in lots of colours in her work. “Something I always carry around for quick sketches, is sketch and gel pens.” Her daily dose of artistic inspiration comes from looking at the works of Quentin Blake, Oliver Jeffers, Marc Sylvain along with that of Genndy Tartakovsky  and Klasky Csupo whom she follows religiously. But it is quite clear that, as an inspiration, there is nothing that beats the writings of Roald Dahl, bringing out vivid images to the tip of her pens, which then prance around on the pages of her sketchbook.

Here’s what her sketchbook tells us about her….




The 100 year old seat of Indian corporation. In the Ripon Building, for the city planners meeting with the IAS officer of Chennai. Diploma Project research.


Muscat Festival 2013: A Perfumerie (sketching all the curious exotic things at the Muscat International Festival 2013)


Muscat Festival 2013: A Qawa, a middle-eastern tea seller (sketching all the curious exotic things at the Muscat International Festival 2013)

Browse through her Behance profile for more.взлом skype по логинузайти вконтакт через анонимайзер хамелеонкак скачать видео с вконтакте на ipadкак взломать почту yandexчитать чужую переписку вконтакте программой pagehack

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