Saturday, December 1, 2012

WC sketches/studies

As I promised last time I am back with some more sketches, but this time from my WC sketchbook. Generally all these sketches are done with whatever color is there on my pallet. It is a great fun thing to do and results sometimes are mind boggling. These small pieces actually possess more beauty than the final piece most of the times.








12 comments:

AK said...

Sketches are more spontaneous. These are lovely.

Carol Blackburn said...

Prabal, your sketches are amazing. I always enjoy visiting your blog. I hope things are good with you.

Ray Maclachlan said...

I like the watercolour sketches very much. A very interesting blog you have.

Studio at the Farm said...

These are all fabulous, Prabal! I almost envy you your plein air get-up-and-go. I am definitely a studio pookie. :)

hmuxo said...

These are all SO amazing, Prabal! The second one is fantastic with the people on the boat..the reflections are incredible!!!! Congratulations!! I have missed a few of your previous paintings...Wonderful work, as always!!!

Sandra Busby said...

What amazing sketches! My favorites are the one of the boat, which looks like a finished painting to me! Also, the cafe scene and the bottom one. Brilliant! :0)

Helen Cooper said...

These are absolutely beautiful sketches Praba! Your are right......studies like these can have so much wonderful thinking s in them!

Crystal Cook said...

Gosh these are gorgeous Prabal! The first thought I had before reading your post was how alive they look. I love them all, but the first one and the last one are my favorites. I really, really, really, REALLY love that top one. Something about that red car, and the figure, and the gorgeous color. AAAH! It is perfection. :)

Prabal said...

AK sir,
Thank you for your comment.

Carol,
So good to hear from you after so many days. I am good. I hope you are keeping well too.

Prabal said...

Ray,
Thank for visiting my blog and leaving a lovely comment for me.

Kathryn,
Someday I'll get inside your studio, while you can paint outdoors. :)

Hilda,
You are encouraging as always. Thank you so much. :)


Prabal said...

Thanks Sandra. I agree with you on the boat one. It looked finished to me too. So did not dare to do a bigger painting of it. LOL.

Helen,
Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a comment for me.And the best part of that was I also got to see your blog. And what an amazing artist you are. HUGS. :)

Prabal said...

Crystal,
The last one is one of my favorites too. I actually used a gauche red to get that deep red color there. :)