Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Retreat

Just wanted to keep it simple. Mostly done in single washes.
Enjoy your retreat.

13 comments:

Ramesh Jhawar said...

Nice!! Try to put some blue in the shadows.

Maga di Endor said...

What a delightful home, I'd love to have one so, to share with my entire family.
You are very good
compliments
by
Lilly

gugun said...

i like:
the trunk of the tree on the left. very real like a guava or eucalyptus tree. only the leaves are red :D

i dont like: the shadow of the tree in front .. think its too sharp even for 2 pm in the summer ..

which ones did you sell ?

~Sahu

Megha Chhatbar said...

A perfect place to live!:) Beautiful colors and shadows. I like the shadow of tree coming on grass. Well done!

Prabal said...

Thanks Ramesh. I'll try that. Thanks Lilly. I too would like to have a home like this. :)

Prabal said...

Sahu,
I wated to make a guava tree when I paintd the trunk. And when I went to paint the leaves I thought a gulmohar would look good. So it has become Guamohar tree. :)

About the shadow of the unseen tree on the ground, I think you are correct. The distance of the tree from the ground is enough for shard shadows not to occur.

And I sold 'a city soaked', 'chilling at baga' and 'scary house'

Prabal said...

Thanks Megha. I can only dream to live in such a house.

Maga di Endor said...

Oh how nice to dream! Who knows maybe in another life:)
by
Lilly
Good Morning!

Arti said...

Nice one, Prabal.A dream house,really....congrats for selling your paintings.

Prabal said...

Thanks Arti...

Art with Liz said...

Great Prabal and well done on the sales! Like the simplicity of the painting and it's a beautiful house. Yours?

pc said...

This has come out really well except for the shadow of roof on the front wall. liked it very much !

Prabal said...

Liz,
Thanks. But unfortunately thats not my house.

Thanks PC,
I would be careful about the washes.