As we draw closer to the end of the #6FrameStoryChallenge, we almost don't want this challenge to end. When Megha Vishwanath sent us her first story, she said :
#6FrameStoryChallenge is right up the alley of creative experimentation for me. I like the fact that it's free form with few bounding rules and gets you excited. It allowed me to cook up a random story with yet a carefully chosen minimal illustration style. I'm still hoping that in spare time, I'll paint images up for the 2/3 remaining stories in my head.
And Megha kept her promise. Within a few days, we received her second story. Wonder if there is going to be a third too :) (@Megha - hint hint!). Take a look at the different words that Megha weaved into stories.
(Megha Vishwanath is a Bangalore based illustrator and artist. Her detour from a career in Technology to one in Art and Design, motivates her to embrace uncertainty, to experiment and observe, to be persistent, to find the devil in the detail and most importantly helps her explore the realm of imagination and creativity. Between assignments, Megha enjoys weaving storyboards and re-narrating the classics. She currently freelances as a digital artist while consulting in Web Technology and User Experience. Follow Megha's work at https://www.behance.net/MeghaVishwanath, http://www.moonlitnook.com).
Inspired? Sign up for the #6FrameStoryChallenge and get started! (Psst : Last date to send in your entries is 30th January, 2015)
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Also read the other interviews by illustrators who took the challenge: