Sunday, March 15, 2009

Wai cross

watercolor for a change on my blog where i 've been mostly uploading acrylic stuff lately.
Arches is really the best watercolor paper available today.It can retain your washes wonderfully even if you go glazing over it many times.

12 comments:

meera said...

light, shapes, color and composition -all masterfully done. Thanks for sharing

Barbara M. said...

Milind I just can't praise your work enough. You are a magnificent painter.

Barbara

ANURAG MEHTA said...

Sir,first of all thanks a lot for reply my request.It is really my good luck to receive few words from you. feeling very good to see your signature style again in ``Wai Cross``.I am fond of this style and whatever i am now is just because of you ,sir.Kindly keep blessing me in coming days also....

Kathy said...

Glad to see you're back to wc but I have been really enjoying your acrylics, too. Even thought about purchasing some. Great job on the stuggestion of people I have been showing your work and David's to my students. Infact, your last painting of the door inspired my students to try a paint off of a door, too. They will begin that next week. *So what is the blue that your are using?

Maggie Latham said...

Lovely colours. what weight of Arches do you like best?
Maggie

sanjeev joshi said...

wow! milind you are too good in watercolour.Few details but superb play of sunlight.I have been busy lately,but surely will drop in sometime this week.

milindmulick said...

thanks Meera,Barbara for kindwords.
Anurag..welcome blog world
Kathy..thanks the blueis cerulean
Maggie..thanks it is 3oo gsm
Sanjeev..see you soon.

David Lobenberg said...

Subtle and beautiful color range here.

Art with Liz said...

Hi Milind. As Barbara M says, you are a magnificent painter. I love the way you show slices of Indian life - it bring the whole world closer.

tinkalicious said...

lovely works!

Anders Andersson said...

Can not agree more with what people already have comment. Great Milind!

Nick said...

That really packs a punch considering how light and simple it is - perfect job Milind!