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'Super Sikh Limited Edition' comic book cover by Pen-Tacular-Artist
'Super Sikh Limited Edition' comic book cover

This is the 'Super Sikh Limited Edition cover' for the new comic book based on a character named 'Deep Singh'. Who is a special agent for british intelligence and is the first Sikh Super hero to be published in a comic book. In total it took approximatley 110 hours over 12-13 days on an A2 paper.

Issue # 1 is out now, but my limited edition cover will be published at a later date for issue # 3 'Al Amok is not amused'. The size of my artwork is A2 (420x594mm).  But will be resized to fit the front and back of the comic cover. With the right side with supersikh (holding the hand gu) being on the front of the cover. And the back of the cover will be 'Al Amok' and his henchman, but once opened up fully it will have the full scene.

The title is 'Al Amok is not amused' and from what i know the issue is kind of a last stand between supersikh and the bad guys in a building. And the name of the leader of the bad guys is 'Al Amok' hence the title. And although i have not read this issue, my take is that Supersikh is hiding in a building and is outnumbered and outgunned by the bad guys. And his taking them out one buy one (bit like die hard) and Al amok and his henchmen are furiously trying to find him.

I am not part of the team that created the comic but was asked by one of its creators 'Eileen Kaur Alden to do my take on the comic. You can order my limited edition Supersikhcomic comic when it comes out. And the first issue is available to purchase here

Dharmendra by Pen-Tacular-Artist
Private commissioned drawing of a very famous Indian actor 'Dharmendra' for an old friend 'Sukh Bhambra'.  Which was commissioned by his wife Karen for his 40th birthday.

This scene is from Dharmedra's most iconic and famous role in the 1975 classic indian movie 'Sholay'.
Private Commision 'Karam Mohammed' by Pen-Tacular-Artist
Private Commision 'Karam Mohammed'
Private commissioned portrait for a client named 'Karam Mohammed ' which was commissioned by his mum Smeena for his 23rd birthday.
'Guru Nanak Dev Ji' by Pen-Tacular-Artist
'Guru Nanak Dev Ji'
'Guru Nanak Dev Ji' (Saturday 15 April 1469 - Monday 22 September, 1539), was the founder of Sikhism, which is now the 5th largest religion in the world with over 30 million followers. He was the first of the ten Gurus of the Sikhs, and was born in the village of  Talwandi.

Also called Rai Bhoe-ki Talwandi, the village now known as Nankana Sahib, is near Lahore in present-day Pakistan. He was born, according to all ancient Sikh records, in the early morning of the third day of the light half of the month of Baisakh (April - May) in the year 1469; this is believed to be Saturday 15 April 1469. 

The young Nanak enjoyed the company of holy men and engaged them in long discussions about the nature of God. Around the year 1500, Guru Nanak Dev Ji had a revelation from God, shortly thereafter, he uttered the words: There is No Hindu, There is No Muslim.

This pronouncement was substantial as it referred to the day and age in which Guru Nanak Dev Ji lived: Hindus and Muslims of India constantly and bitterly fought each other over the issue of religion. The Guru meant to emphasise that, ultimately, in the eyes of God, it is not religion that determines a person's merits, but one's actions.

The Guru witnessed the Mughal invasion of India, and saw the horrors inflicted upon the common people by the invaders. Guru Nanak Dev Ji did not hesitate to speak up against injustice:

Besides rejecting the Hindu caste system, adultery, and ritualism, Guru Nanak Dev Ji preached universal equality. In consistence with his message of equality, Guru Nanak Dev Ji scorned those who considered women to be evil and inferior to men by asking, 'Why should we call her inferior, when it is she who gives birth to great persons?'

He preached the concept of love, humility, compassion, selfless Sewa, social welfare, moral, social and spiritual values. He preached the sermon of human liberty, equality and fraternity. Guru Nanak Dev Ji emphasised, "Truth is high but higher still is truthful living.'

In 1538, Guru Nanak Dev Ji chose Lehna who would later be known as the second guru, 'Guru Anagad Dev Ji', his disciple, to be his successor as Sikhism's Guru, rather than one of his sons. Before Guru Nanak passed away in1539, his name had travelled not only throughout India's north, south, east and west, but also far beyond into Arabia, Mesopotamia (Iraq), Ceylon (Sri Lanka), Afghanistan, Turkey, Burma and Tibet. New records now show even as far as Europe and in particular Italy.
'Guru Gobind Singh Ji' and 'Baba Ajit Singh' by Pen-Tacular-Artist
'Guru Gobind Singh Ji' and 'Baba Ajit Singh'
This is a close up of my latest Sikh artwork of the tenth Guru, 'Guru Gobind Singh Ji' and his eldest son 'Baba Ajit Singh' (full version below). As its 'Vaisakhi' coming up which is the most important time for Sikhs around the world, i thought i'd do a drawing to celebrate this. The drawing is A2 (420x594mm) and was done with grapite and charcoal and took 100+ hours over 12 days. 

Guru Gobind Singh Ji, had 4 sons in total who were all martyred at a young age. So this drawing was quite emotional for me as it is a father and son piece trying to capture the love between parent and child. This depicition of Guru Gobind Singh is when he is quite young at the age of 22, when he had his first son 'baba ajit Singh' who is supposed to be about 6 months old in this drawing. 

All four of Guru Gobind Singh Ji's sons were martyred. 'Two of his sons, the eldest and second eldest were martyred, fighting at the battle of Chamkaur in 1704. With 'Baba Ajit Singh' being 18 years old and his younger brother 'Jujhar Singh' only being 14 years old.  And a few month later in 1705 Guru Gobind Singh's youngest sons 'Zarowar Singh' aged 9, and 'Fateh Singh' aged 7 were executed by the moghul rulers. And Guru Gobind Singh Ji's died a few years later in 1708 at the age of 41.

'Guru Gobind Singh Ji' and 'Baba Ajit Singh Ji' by Pen-Tacular-Artist


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Before i give my life story i just wanted to highligtht that my drawings will mainly consist of graphite. And will encompass a wide variety of different 'fanart' especially sci-fi, games and comic book characters,aAs well as traditioal portraits (which is not my strong point yet).

Now for my life story. I have been drawing and loved art for as long as i can remember and graduated with a degree in 'Product Design' 13 years ago. And I also had my comics strip published in a national U.K newspaper when i was only 15. But for reasons that are way to complicated to go into here, i abruptly stopped drawing. And all self belief and confidence in my drawing abilties vanished which left me having no interest in art or design and I subsequently did not draw for a full 11 years.

But in mid 2012 i had an urge to draw again so opicked up my bic biro pen and haven't really stopped. And I loved using all types of pen's (hence my name) to draw, with my favourite pens originally being 'bic pens', 'magic markers' and 'rotring isograph pens'. But haveing started using graphite in sept 2012, it has now overtaken them and has now become my favourite medium to use.

I am only now at a point (since my spiderman drawing) where i should have been, due to neglecting my skills for 11 years. But i am making up for lost time and drawing every day and will not be happy till my work is up to the standard of some other incredible artists on DA, like 'Angelstorm-82' . So to all the other amazing artist on here thanks for the inspiration that you give me.



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PSRainpaul Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2015  New member Professional Digital Artist
This artwork is amazing! I don't know how you do it! awesome job dude!
Dagger-13 Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Nice drawings, I like that you're not afraid of more shocking subject matter. Great gallery :nod:
abhinav79 Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
These are awesome!! :D
D3LFY Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2015
Keep up the good work :-) i aint been on much lately and nice to see all ya new stuff :-)
Motherchipper Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
absolutely superb.  All best wishes for 2015
baljit324 Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2014
i love you work
art-devi Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Superb art I saw today....thanks to you sir. I really love what I saw because of the excellent artistry & the depiction of our glorious sikh heritage in your art.
Waheguru G has blessed you with His whole heart.
M-JulZ Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Fantastic gallery! =)
JalenHarrison Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Happy belated BirthdayFree Birthday Icon Super Fantastic Golden Platter Cake 3D happy DA B-day :3 
Music---Junky Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy birthday! You're a fantastic artist <3 :D
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