Set up on my dining table, lit by a 100 W incandescent lamp.

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Comment by V S Kamal Narayanan on February 13, 2011 at 7:28pm

 hi anil i think we could with one or two of these still life sessions.............. cool

Comment by J L Anil Kumar on February 7, 2011 at 5:50pm

Many thanks, all of you! I get inspired by the attention you give to the details! Thanks.


I finally have a hang of mixing a "good" black and the black handle of the knife came in "handy" - Prosenjit.

I did use outlines Manu, but drew them very light. Actually the tip of the knife should have been visible. I lost the outline there after painting and hence missed showing it. - Manu

I was just trying brush strokes to represent the triangles on the curtain George. Wish I had tried it on another paper before putting the "chosen" one here. But, who cares? I can remember all the attempts looking at this! :-)

Comment by George Supreeth on February 7, 2011 at 8:12am
Oh lovely. The little bit of ornamentation on the curtain is a nice touch.
Comment by Manu Sosa Núñez on February 7, 2011 at 2:56am

I'm totally agree with Mr. Prosenjit.

I still need to do an outline with a pen on my watercolours for not to lose the shapes, I hope some day not to need it like you.

Comment by Prosenjit Roy on February 6, 2011 at 9:54pm
This is lovely Anil! The paper is buckling, otherwise you could've added still more layers to the fruits and the pot to give them a greater sense of 'turn', as well more saturation (over-all). I like how the (almost shockingly) dark handle of the knife is anchoring viewer attention - that's one lovely visual accent you've put there.

I like the still-life assembly too. May be you'd do a few more of the same?



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