Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Goa house


Somene long back said -there is no artist studio in the world where you will not find a study-sketch superior to the finished painting. unfortunate and unfair but true i believe.

8 comments:

David Lobenberg said...

Nope. Your finished watercolor looks better than your sketch. Love the way you used salt for texture.

milindmulick said...

Thanks David. May be the sketch is rather intimate to me

David Lobenberg said...

And those soft and subtle tees off in the far distance are great. And, as usual, you have a vibrant color palette and strong contrasting value pattern.

meera said...

just stumbled upon your web site - wonderful, sensitive and impressive paintings.

Michael said...

You have a wonderful way of mixing different techniques when composing your watercolours. Your use of light and white paper (like Andre Weyth) is also very powerful.
As for finished paintings versus sketches, I understand what you mean. I think that the immediacy of a sketch ties us to the scene more intimately than a painting where we may have spent several sessions working out the details. The finished painting may be technically superior, but the sketch still holds a special charm.
Keep up the excellent work.

TUKAN said...

hi milind this one looks great.
especialy background vanish and foreground details.

neeluswatercolors said...

Hi Milind!
This painting is really lovely, as is 'Ranade Gate' in the previous post. The foliage in it is very neatly done.
Your 'jaggu' is great and the caption made me smile...

creation graphics said...

very nice colourcombo un belivable....