Friday, July 10, 2009

Cartoon man

Painted from a photo from Rajastan a friend of mine had clicked.The man in the picture ,I am sure is very learned and wise but somehow his very long face and look made me call him a cartoon man.
the paper used was HP and so smooth that my brush would almost slip on it.on the other hand this slippery challenge made me to be on my tows.I am happy .
S.P. was good challenge..now I enjoy painting faces even more...portrait ..no big deal.

11 comments:

sami in chains said...

somehow the strokes make me feel it would have been a difficult venture (was it?).What amazes me is how you still managed to do it perfectly!

abhishek singh said...

i'm slowly running out of words
so i'm just gonna come and enjoy ur art
:)
compliments

Art with Liz said...

Watercolour portraits to me are the most difficult and you have absolutely no problem with them! This is absolutely superb Milind.

Diane Hoeptner (hep-ner) said...

Yes there is a wonderful simplicity of color and shape in your portrayal, very well done, Milind!!

Prabal said...

The man looks really intelligent and intellectual. What amazes me everytime is how you do a painting with so minimal strokes. Superb.

Sandeep Khedkar said...

Its amazing how the whites are preserved and used here. The detailed picture tells a lot of details...a lot to learn!!!

SATISHTAYADE said...

there is now word to say how is the work,but i say simply superb great,i really enjoy ur work

David Lobenberg said...

Crisp, spontaneous, well done!

Vinayak said...

Very well done Sir! Its always such a treat to visit your blog and see your work. Is this painted from one of Prasad's snaps?

Werner said...

Hallo,
ein großes Talent das du da hast

Gruß Werner

indiaartist said...

While in India I got to see your " Three Girls on F C Road" in arttoday gallery and what a joy it was to see it in person. There is no substitute to seeing paintings in front of you. Happy painting and thanks.