Saturday, October 10, 2009

Three Colors


Sometime back there was this post by Mr Milind Mulick, where he had used three primaries to do a painting and I copied the same idea to do this painting.

I had used a reference photo for this, but took liberty to change it a bit here and there. The painting is called 'the complete bazaar'. Any guesses why??

14 comments:

Sumeet said...

raymond's

Abhishek Prakash said...

own your ^ own flat! :D

Prabal said...

Both of you are partially correct. 33.33% each to be precise.

Anonymous said...

he he .. I seen this earlier so I know t R-K-M answer :D

I hadnt visited milind mullick's blog before, nice link!

~Sahu

pc said...

Prabal, great job again !
The picture had an overall brightness gradient from left to right (which I did not see in the painting). Could be because of the lighting when you took the photo.

I guessed the "Roti-Kapda-Makaan" :) , but Sahu had already answered :(

Prabal said...

Sahu,
For your answer you get an all expense paid trip to Goa. You have to encash it in this month only. :)

PC,
Thanks for pointing it out. I manage to take just functional pictures of my paintings before posting it. You'll have to tell me how to take better pictures. I'll not mind if you lend mr your SLR. :)

anands14 said...

This is AWESOME!!!
-Anand

RUPESH PATIL said...

superb prabal!so beautiful painting is this.

Prabal said...

Thanks Anand. Thanks Rupesh.

Ajay Patil said...

unlimited possibilities with limited pallete :)

Prabal said...

Ajay, Thats a nice tag line.

Anonymous said...

roti, kapda and makaan

Megha Chhatbar said...

Oh God! I am so late to answer this...:( I am sorry was not able to blog for few days and I missed it. You work again amazed me. Firstly I would like to say as i saw this painting for the first time, I thought this is a photograph!! D of Raymonds is amazing...:) Superb!!

Prabal said...

Thanks Megha for liking it. Even I have been busy since last 3-4 days.