A bunch of drawers that draw.
"Ruins of the Renaissance" (ROTR) is an arts & science festival. A weekend to explore your creativity and be inspired to take it forward.
ROTR will be held at the Innovative Film City, Bidadi, Bangalore (ifyou haven’t been to this breathtaking place, here’s a video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96Fszgdpj-g) on the 25th & 26th of May, 2013.
We’re in the process of curating artists,…Continue
Added by Smitha Shivaswamy on May 13, 2013 at 12:30pm — No Comments
"DHRUBA _ LEFT, RIGHT and CENTRE..."
Faber Castel Colour pencils on some 350gsm thick paper
Size: Each 10 x 6 inches
Live portraits of fellow jammer and friend - Dhruba Mazumdar.…Continue
I am a self taught artist and have a passion for highly detailed and realistic art works. I aspire to create art as candid as eyes could see, capturing every intricate detail of his subject and meticulously portraying them on a sheet of paper. My subject interests mostly include celebrities, fiction characters, automobiles etc.
I am an Aerospace engineer by profession, currently working as Research Assistant at Indian…
I am one of the photographers participating in this exhibition.
Happening in Bengaluru from 23rd February till March 1st.
Venue: Thalam's Exhibition, 80, Krishna Reddy Colony, Domlur Layout, Bangalore.
I will be at the venue on 24th. Will be very happy to see you!
I am a software architect by profession and artist by passion.
I enjoy freezing the moments of native smile with attitude, harmonious and restless clouds, roots of vibrant and…Continue
Note to Myself:
What do you do?
You kept moving with a limited set of people with the same interest as yours.. You felt good that you have some additional “skills” in drawing / scribbling..
Wanting to explore more, you join an online forum which has plenty of people with same interests…
Mr.Bridgman kept a skeleton in his locker at the league. When he wanted to explain some difficult point of anatomy he'd haul it out and holding it up by a brass ring in the skull, point out the bones he was describing and work them back and forth to demonstrate his point. "See that", he'd say, folding the wrist back toward the forearm, "This structure here does it", and he'd go on to explain how the bones and muscles of the wrist worked. "Its a damned wonderful thing", he'd say. "take…Continue
Check this painter -
Check his website here -…Continue
I just want to know, that. is there any Indian made masking fluid available with approximate price as of now (in Bangalore)? With camlin, apsera brands etc ? Because wherever I am asking for this in shops, all available is the imported masking fluid. and is very expensive.
Or do you have any alternative to masking fluid where we can use that technique?
Thanks for your any replies.. :-)
Added by Ganapathy Subramaniam (GS) on December 6, 2012 at 6:09pm — No Comments
On December 9th (Sunday) , Vijay of(http://poetryinstone.in) is planning a guided trip on the Pallava art trail around Chennai.
If interested perhaps we can do the PencilJam there, will be great experience since Vijay is an authority on the subject of Dravidian sculpture.
It will be a day trip. Just heads up. Once I get more details I will followup, on timings, whom to RSVP etc.
What you see below is a collaboration between myself and a dear friend. While the art/figure concepts were mine, the fashion part belongs to the friend. The entire series was painted digitally in 3-4 days time, hence the very sketchy, hurried feel to it. I was hard-pressed for time, as I was just about to leave for a 10 day trip (and was in the midst of making preparations for it), while the project also…
This was the other topic that we briefly touched upon this weekend. Thanks Balaji for reminding me to post this summary.
When we begin to sketch on location, here is a general approach.
(1) Identify your frame
Added by Smitha Shivaswamy on November 9, 2012 at 12:47pm — No Comments
The mini talk this weekend in Chennai was on Gesture. I thought it might help to post a summary
When we begin drawing, we begin to look at the subject in 'total'. and try to capture the very essential, by ignoring elements such as form, proportions, anatomical details, etc.
Using a scribbling approach , beginning at whichever part of the subject one wants to, the overall appearance, or 'feel' of the subject is captured.
The 'method' is to look at the subject and…Continue
Hi everybody, please find my name included in the exhibitors list. Spread the word around and do come. Invitations will be posted next week.
Added by Sai Shyamala Ramanand on November 6, 2012 at 3:09pm — No Comments
Download it from here and use it on your reference photographs:
Added by J L Anil Kumar on November 6, 2012 at 8:30am — No Comments