17 Comments

  1. sancheeta biswas

    anirban, if you can draw Rabindranath Tagore, how about trying Monalisa?

    you are a big dreamer and you have the zeal to prove it more bigger. wish you all the best in life.

  2. Alpana Jaiswal

    As I said,you are the best..this is something out of the world..keep your talent and passion always in the forefront..you will always succeed in life.

  3. Abhisek Panda

    As I said before Anirban.You are super talented and you use your time properly.What could be a better example of your artistic abilities than this.Simply superb art 😀

    I think you should try creating some more portraits.

    • Anirban

      let the shutter open. go infront of the lens and start moving the light source (torch/candle) and by the time the shutter closes, (shutter time: 3to 30 secs) you will get the pattern!

  4. Abhijit Debnath

    simply elegant art ..dis kinda art is hardy seen in dis days // perfectly executed ..preciously its a treasure ..thumps up !! ….

  5. This is simply awesome. Great show of patience and effort. I’m impressed with Rabindranath Thakur and I believe this has taken a lot of hard work and patient, but the portrait is superb. Keep on experimenting.

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  7. Shreyasi

    I know about this..and I love to do light photography too..I spend hours doing this..its fun to be creative this way ..Rabindranath ta durdanto hoeche , nothing to say about it really …about suggestions..why dont u try something like fairies, angels ..night sky ..if background is dark..sparkling light will create beautifull imageries..try out and share soon..good luck 🙂

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