Drew these a couple of weeks ago and had not posted them. Yesterday, Prabha asked me if I had done them! (disbelievingly?) So decided to post! :-)

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Comment by J L Anil Kumar on January 24, 2011 at 6:49pm

Thanks Prosenjit and Manu.


Interesting advice! I hope I have understood and I will definitely try it out. 

Comment by Manu Sosa Núñez on January 24, 2011 at 6:33pm
Wow! I like the two walking girls a lot.
Great sketches and great piece of advice
Comment by Prosenjit Roy on January 24, 2011 at 3:53pm
Beautiful explorations of the human form! If you want to add to the characteristically unpredictable effect of watercoloring, I'd say you have to paint more wet-in-wet. Let it be a combination of hard and soft/watery edges - which means, say when painting the trousers, let your wet brush (containing only water) pass beyond the penciled boundary at certain areas. When you add a touch of pigment to these areas, the water will carry it beyond that boundary and give it a soft, dissolving edge.



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