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A4, 240 gsm paper, Watercolours
Toragal Fort, pne of the gates.
Reference picture courtesy: karnatakatravel.blogspot.com
Tags: Anil, Fort, Toragal, Watercolor, Watercolour
Albums: Anil's Watercolors
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Wow, Many thanks for the appreciation Ranga. I am so glad!
Oh WOW!!!! i really like the way the way you have handled the depth and contrasts overall. I specially like the granite wall on the right looks almost photorealistic. The splatter in the foreground gives it the texture of the unpaved road...surely my fav
its really nice to see the works...its true, there r lots of inspiring artist here...!!!
Wow! Thanks Manu!
The painted version... As good as the one with lines, or even better.
Thanks Dhruba! You seem to have taken a long tour in the archives. I am sure it was a worthwhile experience. So many committed and inspiring artists here. No?
very nice one...
Very observant Sugumarje! I can't thank you 50%, can I? :) Many thanks in fact. I had painted the stonework reasonably well at the top too. I had to darken the area and gave an extra coat but before it had completely dried. Impatience or carelessness I am not sure. :-) To retain the balance, I could not redo the stone work - it would be too dark, I thought.
base 50% of Stone work is Nice... what happen to top 50% ?
You had a good time making that comment! Thanks Soman. With apologies to Baby Babu of course. Typos ugh! :-)
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