Sunday, June 5, 2011

November morning

Title - November Morning
Size - 11 x 15 inch
Medium - Watercolor on paper
Photo by - Satyesh

I tried this 15 minutes sketch which got over in 10 minutes. It was fun as I was trying to use the left over colors from my palette.

16 comments:

Carol Blackburn said...

Now Prabal, you are not wishing for colder weather already. With this title, what am I supposed to think! Lovely one......:)

yasha said...

Awesome work.Great brush strokes and colors.

Studio at the Farm said...

Beautiful colors and composition, Prabal.

Pat said...

Gorgeous! Very fresh and love the wet feeling on the road.xx

Lydie said...

It is lively, energetic and colorful. Very good!

Dipti said...

Wow! With in 10 mins... Its really awesome...

Prabal said...

Carol,
Oh yes I am already wishing. The winters here are unlike what you experience there. It is cold, but not so cold. Its very enjoyable time out here. :)

Yasha, S@TF,
Thank you for your kind comments..

Prabal said...

Pat, Lydies, Dipti,
Ladies, thank you for your comments and I am gla you enjoyed it..

Vinayak said...

Great colours man! And amazing speed too.

Vinayak said...

And btw how did you meet Milind Sir? Did you attend his workshop or something?

Sandra said...

This is wonderfully lively and vibrant! I like the birds too :0)

IrinaSztukowski said...

What a beautiful Dance of Colors Prabal. They do say when artist limit themselves in time, they have very vibrant pieces as you don't have much time to "overthink" (my biggest problem) and then try to fix it. I'd love to do more spontaneous paintings like this one: you gave me a great inspiration.
Thank you,
Irina

Prabal said...

Vinayak,
I went to Poona just to meet him. No workshop etc. And I was lucky to get a lot of time with him.
Sandra,
I'll pass on your message to those birds. :)

Prabal said...

Irina,
I guess you are right. When we are not bothered about how things are turning out to be 'overthinking' can be limited. And it is not just your problem. I guess all of us have this problem to a certain degree. I think I'll also try to do these more often.

Crystal Cook said...

Nice Prabal! I really like those colors, and I'm impressed that they're your leftovers from your palette. My leftovers kind of look a little less pristine. :)

Prabal said...

Crystal,
I do not believe you. I am sure you palette would be as fresh as morning dew.. Your paintings are a proof of that.