Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Polo - II

So here is the second of the Polo series. This was even more difficult. I tried to get that action in this one. What do you think??
Title: Polo - II
Size: 16 x 20 inch
Medium - Watercolor on paper

p.s. I have tweaked the painting a little. Just undefined the rear hooves of the rear horse a little more. Thanks to Pat for the suggestion.


Ramesh Jhawar said...

The subject is indeed difficult! I like the aerial perspective.

Judy said...

Your polo scenes are very good! Difficult subject indeed.

Crystal Cook said...

First of all I don't ever want to hear you say that you don't have good drawing skills, because no one without great drawing skills could pull this off. ANd second, I absolutely love it Prabal. The action is so compelling, this whole piece feels so vibrant and alive. MORE!! :)

Carol Blackburn said...

Great action and feel to this piece, Prabal. Looks like you've been "drawing" on those hidden talents :) You are good!!!!

ondedacqua said...

i like thi piece
compliments gloria

Sandra said...

I'm AMAZED by this! You have certainly caught the action in this and plenty of movement! It really is incredible!

Studio at the Farm said...

Wonderful atmosphere, and action galore! Good job, Prabal.

hmuxo said...

EXCELLENT painting, Prabal!! I love it!!!

John Simlett said...

These polo scenes remind me of the young Winston Churchill who was posted to India as a young Cavalry Officer.

Besides having two mounts he needed a string of Polo Ponies.

The polo tournaments were more important than the military campaigns! The regiments fought it out to the final, where the Bengal Lancers always thrashed them!

The 'Young Winston' autobiography is an excellent read and his love of India and anything Indian shines throughout.

I just love these pictures, Prabal ... sheer genius!

Arti said...

I can say you are going very good! this polo series is coming out well..

Prabal said...

Ramesh, Judy,
Thank you for your comments. I appreciate it.

Prabal said...

You are so kind. Thank you so much for those encouraging words. Huzzah. :)

Thank you so much. NO talent and all. Just having fun. :)

Prabal said...

Thank you so much for the visit and the comment.

Oh I am so happy that you liked it. Thank you very much for leaving a commengt for me.

Prabal said...

Kathryn, Hilda, Arti,
Thank you ladies for the beautiful words.

That was some comment. Did not know this fact about Wintson Churchill. I just read up from the internet after seeing your comment. Thank you for enlighting me. And thank you for the beautiful comment too.