Thursday, March 14, 2013

Tractor - V

So this is a kind of culmination of all the paintings in the tractor series till now. This does tend to be a little misty than hazy, but still it does capture the mood well enough I think. By the way I changed the placement of the big tree as I thought it brings better balance and more focus on the focal point.

Starting from tomorrow I'll be attending a figure drawing workshop by Prosenjit Roy and I am really looking fwd to it. I'll share my experiences of the workshop in the next post.  So do stay tuned.

The news on my back is that its quiet good now. I am able to do my day to day activities. Hoping to do my first outdoor painting session of the year soon.

Take care guys and happy painting.

Tractor - V
20 x 26 inch

WC sketch

Thumbnail

8 comments:

hmuxo said...

This watercolor is absolutely beautiful...love the misty atmosphere, Prabal!!! and of course, enjoy your figure workshop and the key words for your back are..Don't overdo...

Studio at the Farm said...

Tractor V does it for me. It really captures the haze, and as you say, it is better balanced - a better composition. Have a great time at your workshop!!! :)

Sandra Busby said...

It's fantastic! And the haze is beautiful. And I think that you were right to move the tree - the tractor becomes more the focal point :0)

Crystal Cook said...

Beautiful Prabal!! You captured the haze perfectly. Hope you're having a good time at that workshop, I can't wait to hear all about it!

Celia Blanco said...

I love the final painting, you did achieve a beautiful mood. Feels like early morning in the country, gorgeous trees, nothing overstated. Thanks for sharing the process too.

Karen Johnston Daily Paintings said...

I love the mood in your painting...truly
beautiful! You got the balance just right by moving that tree. Thanks for sharing your sketches!! Happy painting!!

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Elixir of life said...

This very interesting work.. i been fiddling with water colors recently and it sure is a tricky business... I liked the choice of ur subject...Keep up the great work!