I liked the backlighting on this one and wanted to paint the rim light on the face. Loved painting this one. Oil on Linen panel.
I saw a photograph on Pinterest that was much bigger, with rivers and all. I was drawn to the golden evening sunlight on the mountains. I zoomed into the mountains and adjusted the shapes of the mountain a little to my taste. So here it is. Enjoy!
One of the greatest Bollywood actors. He will live on, forever, in our memories. I painted this 6″x8″ in oil, from a Black and White photograph. So the colors are from intuition and experience.
The paintings below were done at various times within the past few weeks. Once again pushing my skills and learning.
A Child and womans face are hardest to capture, they require tenderness and careful brush work.
This woman had extraordinarily large lips. This needed more work, but I still like it for its raw look
This water lily is a culmination of imagination, photos and paintings. In other words this place does not exist.
I saw this beautiful pussy-cat in a picture on Pinterest (thank you to the photographer). What was interesting was that the tip of it’s tail was at 90 degrees, to which many viewers objected.
Landscape comes in all varieties and aerial perspective is the key. So here it is, enjoy!
Painting has become a lot easier. Things are more automatic and it is easy to manipulate material. Here are some paintings done in oil
A tribal look from south Asia.
Almost Unrealistic pouty lips.
A mini-waterfall landscape
Some architectural, some wild foliage… Enjoy! Oil on Canvas.
Back to traditional Oil Painting.
I have started dabbling in Digital Art. Procreate on iPad is, surprisingly, extremely flexible and a delight to use. I don’t have any other software experience to compare it with, because this is the first one that I have used. Once you have the hang of it and you have art background, it is much easier to get a desired result than any traditional medium.
I have been painting, but not posting over here. Here are a couple of oil paintings.
A contemplative female figure. How could I not paint this.
A green meadow with sheep,.. A study in depth.