Plein Air 23Mar14 @ RMZ Infinity-1
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Thank you GS, Mohan, Balaji..
The pen and ink one was a quick study at Srirangapatnam. It was too hot and the shade under which we were sitting was giving way to harsh sun light at an alarming rate. So I just quickly put down that, so that even if I didnt complete the painting, I had my reference. As a matter of fact I did not complete the painting on location.
The cafe umbrella just happened to happen. It seemed to work just like that and I did not add anything further except the green drops, just to have a little more green on the right side.
And I had this tinted sheet for a long time with me. I actually enjoy doing things on tinted paper with a little opaque white. But I need to have a subject for that. That day luckily I managed to spot this beauty. The other half of this tinted sheet was used long time back for this btw.
Thank you so much for your kind words.
Thank you Bharadwaj..
Beautiful! The background and the colours of the wall and foliage work very well together. The light striking the dome, walls and balustrade is captured very nicely.
Brilliant work Prabal...
This is superb!
Aha, the master has struck after a long hiatus - and with what variety! This, this and this one, all seem like experimental works (while this is more like a traditional Prabal Mallick). As regards the one above, I don't recollect seeing a watercolor on tinted paper using such extensive use of opaque white from you - I don't know what to make of this bold turn, but I think I like what I'm seeing :) This has been a most enjoyable experience, thank you for posting!
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