Monday, October 17, 2011

Depth of Fields


Title - Depth of Fields
Size - 15 x 22 inches
Medium - Watercolor on paper

Nandi hills is a small hill near Bangalore and it is a very frequently visited place too. Last weekend our outdoor sketching group had been to this place for sketching. I did a few watercolor works there. And this one was done back in the studio using one of the sketches as a reference. 

I had heard one of my photographer friends mention 'Depth of Field' of a camera. I just used that to name this painting. :)

17 comments:

Studio at the Farm said...

Prabal, you have not only created a truly credible depth of field, but a most beautiful painting!

Deshmukh said...

This is amazing dude! I love everything about this painting. Truly professional!

Carol Blackburn said...

Wonderful one, Prabal......and that title is perfect!

Sandra said...

You really have created a wonderful feeling of depth here! Just fabulous! :0)

Kathy said...

Prabal...Artastic!!! Boy did you capture the depth on this one. Love all of the directional lines in the fields. Love the use of the cool n warm colors. You did an awesome job on the contrast on that front wall. Put this one on my list of Prabal Favorites!!!! A Chicago Pizza is on its way.

Liana Yarckin said...

Hi Prabal, Wow, you are painting away and excelling! The depth, detail, overall technique is impressive.

Crystal Cook said...

It's gorgeous Prabal. :) Truly. I can't get over how every single time I come to your blog I'm struck with the effortless look of your paintings. I'm sure it's not effortless but you make it look like it is. This is one of my favorites. :) ANd I love the name too. Clever. ;)

hmuxo said...

Definite depth and absolutely beautiful painting Prabal!! I love this one!! okay...another favorite.

M.R. Anand said...

i've seen the others but this one takes the cake! the title so truly descriptive of the painting...hatsoff!

جمال السيد said...

GREAT! truly, you are talented enough Prabal that could "picture" that depth that filled me with joy

Pat said...

Fabulous work!
You do have the perspective spot on - and a great scene to boot!

Prabal said...

Kathryn, Vinayak, Carol, Sandra,
Thank you so much. I am sure you all enjoyed this one. Thank you for leaving a comment for me.

Kathy,
Thank you a great deal for the pizza. As it had to travel a long way from Indiana to India it was cold. But dont worry. I heated it up. LOL. Thank you for liking this.

Prabal said...

Liana,
Nice to hear from you. I am glad you liked it.

Crystal,
Since you always keep mentioning about the effortlessness part, I must thank you. I am really happy that it looks so to you. And the blogger's paint off plan is on. Just waiting for you to start selling your book. :)

Prabal said...

Hilda, Anand sir,
Thank you thank you. :) Looks like this one is becoming everyone's favorite. :)

Sayed, Pat,
I am really happy that you enjoyed the painting. Thank you for your lovely comment.

Carrie'sCreations said...

Prabal, I think this may be my favorite painting of yours. I love your clever title also! The colors are just beautiful and so well executed! Your composition really draws you in to the whole scene! It is breathtaking an serene!

Frank said...

This is beautiful Prabal. Your watercolour work is so good these days.

Sadeu said...

a beautiful watercolor, Prabal : )