Sunday, November 3, 2013

Colors of Rajasthan


Watercolor sketch on A6 size paper. I am not too happy with the results, and plan to do this again. The central figure was done within 20 minutes. I did background later, in blue shades similar to those found in Jodhpur blue city.

This is a continuation of my Colors of Rajasthan series. 

7 comments:

  1. Oh, wow! I love the fluidity you achieved in this piece, and the colors are magnificent. Blessings!

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  2. Seema ur blog has wonderful creativity in water colors with quite less time ...Pleased to look ..few work Here & G+1.
    My best wishes for gran fuure..Basant Soni

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  3. Gracious & poignant water colors work in ur blog..My best wishes ...for all future en devours ..Seema..!!

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  4. nice attempt seema....keep it up.

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  5. nice attempt seema....keep it up.

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