Saturday, April 17, 2010

High tide

Just playing...
High tide - watercolorTitle - High tide
Size - 9.5 inch x 15 inch
Medium - Watercolor on paper


Unknown said...

Beautiful work . Very nice rendition and expression .

Sujit Sudhi said...

Awesome profile picture. Lovely colours.

Beautiful painting too :):):)

Crystal Cook said...

Really great work Prabal. I like those birds, they're cool. Hip new profile pic too!

sreenivasa ram makineedi said...

nice action here.

Ramesh Jhawar said... topi kahaan mil gayi?? lol
I like the aerial view and the birds' flight!

Prabal said...

I thought my previous profile picture was okay till joker asked me 'why so serious'? So I dug up a picture which is about 4-5 years old in which I looked really thrilled. :)

And thanks for liking the picture.. I was just really letting watercolor paint itself.. Just putting color here and there as per intuition while the water did its own things on paper..

Art with Liz said...

Hi Prabal, this is awesome, exactly what I love about watercolour!

Thanks for leaving that comment on my blog re the IPL. Watched DC win two nights ago and RCB lose horribly last night! Blowing hot and cold! But MI were superb and they should win the whole show in the end. It was great to see JP Duminy getting back into form. As for capoeira! I watch them on Tuesday nights and I would fall flat on my face right now, but Tai Chi, absolutely, come on over and I'll give you some lessons!

Sadia said...

Love the movement in this piece! and you look all geared up too for "High Tide"!

Prabal said...


Thanks. Sunday was great as the semis list kept changing and it was really great to watch how CSK and DC got into semis. I have a feeling that DC are going to win this year..MI without Sachin lost badly to KKR yesterday.. So I am rooting for DC now..

Thanks a lot for your encouragement and appreciation.. The secret is that the profile picture is actually 4-5 years younger than me. :)

Michelle said...

Hi Prabal - I like your loose, painterly style. Thanks for commenting on my blog.

You asked what kind of Indian recipes I've made. Well, the list has grown pretty long now. I've made everything from paneer, to ras malai, gulab jamun, and a few other sweets, chutneys, plus many, many varieties of curries using lentils, beans or veggies. I'm almost to the point where I feel comfortable not using a recipe for guidance anymore. It's so much fun. Do you like to cook, also?

Arti said...

Hi Prabal...I have never seen a high tide..but I assume it must be like this!Sometimes its fun to let the colors take their own course!
And the profile picture is much colorful now:)

Prabal said...

Thanks for visiting my blog.. And great to know that you are actually cooking quiet a bit..

Rightky said.. Its fun to let colors take their own course.. And thanks for the comment about my profile pic.. :)