Kamis, 02 April 2009

Yet Another Burning Hanuman

I have drawn this theme many times and I never became bored of this theme.

Duhsasana Humiliate Draupadi

The picture was inspired by a scene in Mahabharata where Pandava was lost to Kaurava. Duhsasana tried to claimed Kaurava's victory by stripping Draupadi clothes. A miracle was happened, Draupadi clothes suddenly became so long and thus, Duhsasana failed in his attempt.

On the left, there were four Pandavas which are Sahadeva, Nakula, Arjuna, and Bhima. There should be Yudhistira but he was behind Draupadi and thus could not be seen on the pictures. On the right side, there were Kauravas, laughing at Duhsasana's attempt.

Karna vs Arjuna

The picture is inspired by a scene in Bharatayudha. Arjuna, the third son of Pandu fought Karna who defended Kaurava. Unknown to Arjuna, Karna was actually his eldest brother from the same other, Kunti. Karna knew this fact, but his loyalty, his solidarity and his friendship to Duryodhana made him insisted to be in Kaurava side.

The first president of Indonesia, "Soekarno" was named based on Karna.

Bare-back Woman

I love drawing woman from the back. I don't know why.