Monday, January 18, 2010

Ink & Watercolor portraits

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Did these without worrying about the outcome! Felt very relaxed and totally enjoyed doing this... hope you too like them :)

26 comments:

  1. Second one is better. ink lines are subtle. Try using broken lines (Ink lines have same weight so breaking them at ceratin intervals give better effect IMO)

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  2. Wow.. amazing.. I just love the eyes in the first pic. so attractive :) Once again great job.

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  3. The recent posts both ink and earlier watercolor ones are testimony to how you handle all different media -- well done! Really enjoyed the 'wet' paintings too :)

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  4. I love the concentration on the eyes and face and then the loose rendering with the rest of the two paintings. Very nicely done!!

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  5. Thanks Ajay!
    Thanks a lot Nithya :)
    thank you very much Meera for loving my works :)
    Thanks very much Kathy!

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  6. These portraits are fresh and lovely.

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  7. Beautiful portraits, Ramesh!
    Kind regards :)

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  8. Loved it. Really enjoyed these 2..

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  9. I like the second one! Beautiful combination of watercolors and ink!

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  10. Um excelente trabalho Ramesh, os meus parabéns.
    Vou voltar mais vezes!
    Feliz 2010

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  11. the first one is like sonam kapoor! nice portraits !

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  12. Thank you Galina!
    Thanks Prabal! I'm so glad :)
    Thank you Alexandre! Appreciate your comment!
    Noemia, I'm not able to understand your language but thanks anyway for stopping by and placing your comment!
    Thanks Veda! You guessed it right! It is Sonam Kapoor.However I've used it only as a reference from a newspaper ad and didn't go for an exact likeness :)

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  13. Hey, Ramesh, I'm always amazed at how portraits are always a combined image of the subject and the artist. Your relaxed state of mind really comes through here. The looseness and lost edges add a lot of interest, too. Nice job.

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  14. Of course I like them! A lot!

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  15. Both of these new portraits are so sensitive and well drawn. Nice job!

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  16. Thank you very much Candace for your lovely words!
    Annie, its been a long time! Thank you so much!
    Thank you very much Gwen!

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  17. Ver beautiful portraits, Ramesh...I have never used ink in this way, but both of them look perfectly fine!

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  18. Thanks Arti! I suggest you try pen & ink with watercolor.You'll love it :)

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  19. You did a wonderful job with the portraits, Ramesh. I like your earlier watercolors also.

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  20. I love the look of these, great job.

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  21. These are absolutely stunning Ramesh! It certainly paid to relax and enjoy the process! Wonderful.

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  22. Thanks c!
    Thanks ligiaswaney!
    Thank you very much Sandy!
    Thanks a lot Liz!

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  23. Nice work! Your country has the monopoly on beautiful women!

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  24. Thanks Marie! Yes, true but I'm crazy for your hollywood actresses :)

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  25. lovely portrait work !

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