A couple of days ago, I had a discussion with one of my friends. The
conversation was about the modern “clerical factory” that our education
system has become. We force our children to rote and write in
examinations. When these same children, who are equipped only for
spoon-feeding get into the real world, we expect them to be equipped for
problem solving! This has created generation after generation of
It’s not wrong to expect that a creative field like arts would be
exempt from this clerical madness. But the government’s apathy, coupled
with old jaded ideas has sniffed out even that hope.
Learn to draw and color a village scene in the bird’s eye view. This is part 2 of a two-part series. The first part covered drawing the village scene with correct proportions in monochrome, while this part will focus on coloring the sketch.
It’s been a very exhilarating, stressful, happy, full of learning experience. I met many interesting people, made many friends, sold some paintings and a lot of books. But most importantly, I learned a lot, mainly about brand building. This will help me focus my art efforts much better.