Friday, July 1, 2011

Some Sketches and a Video

Watercolor sketch of a painting to be

Contour drawing (without lifting the pencil from paper) - Anthony Martin getting wicket of Suresh Raina in recently concluded one-day series in West Indies.

Another Contour drawing - My sister having a really nice nap.

I have not painted much since last week. So nothing really worthwhile to post. In such situations generally my sketchbook comes to my rescue. So here are some sketches from my sketchbook.

And yes a video. I made a small video as a trailer for my upcoming show. Have a look. Share it with your friends if you like it.

Click here to watch the video.


Crystal Cook said...

Love the freshness and vitality of these sketches Prabal. And the video is so cool.

V. Deshmukh said...

Great painting man and lovely drawings too. Wishing you the very best for your show.

Lydie said...

Good sketches ! Thanks for the video.

Judy said...

Great painting, but I love the sketches, especially the one of your sister!

Pat said...

what a sketchbook you have! I love the freshness of the painted one, and the sheer feeling of the pencils.
Neat video, will share it on FB xx

Susan Roux said...

I love the light in your watercolor sketch. The feeling the colors bring to it is wonderful!

Frank said...

I love your watercolour sketch. Maybe I should do some pre-painting sketches - something I've only thought about so far?

IrinaSztukowski said...

Prabal, I love the blue shadow on the top painting on the building: so much volume so much information. I can see right away the beautiful sunny day there.


Gold Finch said...

Great video advertising your exhibition. If I was in India I would attend! I like your painting to be. Good luck with your show.

Ramesh Jhawar said...

I loved your sister's sketch and the video as well! Good luck with your show :)

Prabal said...

Thanks for the share on FB. Love.

Good to know that you enjoyed them. Thanks for the wishes.

Prabal said...

Lydie, Judy,
Thank you guys. Always.

That is great. Thanks a lot

Prabal said...

Thank you for your kind comment.

I think these sketches just prepare you for the painting better. Sometimes I do about 5-6 sketches too. But I make sure that the medium is different everytime, so that its not repetitive.

Prabal said...

Thank you for sucjh a lovely comment.

Gold Finch,
Thank you very much for your wishes.

Thank you. Hopefully I'lll see you in the show. :)

Sandra said...

I find sketches so facinating - almost more so than finished paintings. I really enjoyed this post and I really hope you blog some more of your skecthes soon :0)