Drawn with micron pens, colored with watercolor pencils.
Yesterday I was at an office waiting for my turn for the appointment. While browsing through the magazines, I came across one of the cutest pics of this sleeping baby. I just managed to complete this quick sketch before my turn came.
An idle scorching hot noon in one of the oldest part of Pune, India.
Getting a hang of the new medium now!
Trying my hand at the new medium of dry pastels.
The perfect getaway at the beach. Oil on canvas 8″ X 10″
Steps to make a painting:
1. Create a composition after lot of thinking and planning.
2. Copy the composition on canvas. Paint the blue sky and blue water for one hour.
3. Get frustrated with results and start over again.
4. Paint dark blue sky and water for another hour. Satisfied with the results, paint some clouds for another 30 mins.
5. Get frustrated with the results, paint the entire canvas black and start over again.
6. Paint the picture WITHOUT GIVING UP!
Oils on canvas 8″ X 24″.
Today morning at Shanivar wada, with Pune Urban Sketchers. Shanivar wada was the centre of India’s political scene since nearly 50 years before 1818, after which the East India company took over.
This is a beautiful bunglow surrounded by lush foliage on Agriculture College road, Pune. My bike happens to have a flat tire right in front of this, and while I was getting it repaired, I got a few photographs with my phone cam. Yesterday I completed this using pen and ink.