Wednesday, November 24, 2010

House in the woods : Sketch

House in the woods : Watercolour : 15 X 11 inches

Ended up working on this quick watercolour sketch today. Given that I haven't been painting for a while it hasn't been easy for me to persuade myself to paint. I rather reluctantly started to work on this sketch but I guess am fairly happy with the result.

If this sketch grows into a painting the dark shape ( the door) on the ground floor of the building is going!

Your comments please. Thanks.

18 comments:

  1. I had the same idea when I saw this. I thought it was beautiful, but that dark patch (door) was not fitting in. :)

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  2. I love the painting. You never seem to be out of touch really. But I believe you were in one of your best painting grooves when u did that series on mountains. Looking forward to seeing you back in that groove.

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  3. It looks great Sujit. Your technical skills with watercolor are so strong, and the colors have such harmony. The only thing that I think is lacking here is your confidence. Just keep telling yourself "I think I can, I think I can. . . "

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  4. nice one Sujit. I think you must do away with the dark door..or just try overlapping with the tree trunk.

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  5. The painting is wonderful -- I think if you 'clean' the door frame a bit it should be fine :) - I feel the door stands out because all the other slats are so clean and neat. The painting brings back so many memories for me!

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  6. Thanks all for those encouraging comments.

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  7. Despite of the fact that you've given painting for a time, it's not seen here, on this work, because it's wonderful the way you have joint the blues and greens, all the watercolour is very well done.

    ¡Thanks for sharing it!

    Regards,

    Enrique.

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  8. Great colors here, your white building is excellent.

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  9. Love it, nice painting, keep it up

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  11. Loved ur blog Sujit. There are actually quite a few masterpieces in here. Happy painting.

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