A bunch of drawers that draw.
Forms for Chitra Santhe 2013 are now available at CKP. Other requirements along with the form -Passport picINR 200 DD in fav of "Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath, Bangalore - 1"Bio DataPhotographs of…Continue
Its less than an year of my existence in Bangalore. Back in Delhi, I had some idea to find the best materials at economical-wholesale prices. So my questions are:1. Where can we find painting…Continue
This an amazingly informative site of one of my favourite artists - William Whitaker. Just observing his awesome creations will take your breath away. The way he makes the female body look beautiful - while still with their clothes on, is absolutely refreshing. Superb understanding of cloth and female form...watching his work is a whole lot of learning experience. And his still life. Enjoy!
This an amazingly site of one of my favourite artists, an Iranian - Iman Maleki. Just observing his awesome creations involving human subjects in such a subtle way, will take your breath away. Just going through his gallery of works is a whole lot of learning experience - especially, this http://imanmaleki.com/en/Galery/wish.htm. Enjoy all!!!
Another amazing realism artist, especially wonderful with animal paintiings... His super real wildlife paintings and the rendering of the surrounding untouched flora will take you right into the African jungle, right next to the beasts. Enjoy!!!
An amazing painter in watercolor and egg tempera for more than thirty years, his works shows what magic water colours can unfold when taken up seriously. Absolughtly delightful work with water reflections... haven't come across who can make water reflections like he does. And the portraits too... Here's his blog gallery that will let your eyes enjoy the magic of watercolours!!!
FAVOURITE SITES THAT HELP IMPROVE ONESELF:
This website features free art lessons (including guest art instruction) and commercial art instruction video tutorial guides to develop art skills in a variety of mediums from graphite, oils, and watercolour through to charcoal, acrylics and ink, and from sketches to finished works of art. Inside you can find free art tutorials teaching how to draw portraits and sketch faces, how to paint landscapes and scenes both real and imaginary.
Amazing site for understanding the underlying shapes that form the basic skelital structures that define the final forms. Easy to navigate, easy to understand and nicely illustrated. Especially good for people interested in improving their anatoimical knowledge for drawing human figure - here's the link for human anatomy.
Stan Prokopenko, the artist and teacher has an amazing resource of video tutorials in his website that teach art from the very basics, in themost simplistic way and while having fun. Check out his turorials as he takes on one feature at a time - the eyes, nose, lips, ears, etc
Stages from start to finish...from top left side to bottom right hand corner...and the final version.
I started with the outline... and then worked on the tonal values. The drawing was on a 24X30cm 130gsm cartridge sheet. The pencil used was 8B Steadtler. No erasers, no grids, no smudging technique used. Its a free-hand drawing using variation of pressure of pencil on paper to get the different tonal values. The only other tool apart from pencil is a finished pen to get the highlights…Continue
Creativity can seem like magic. We look at people like Steve Jobs and Bob Dylan, and we…Continue