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Added by George Supreeth on May 18, 2012 at 12:30am — 3 Comments

Abstracting and the Abstract

After Sketchbook saturday, Vidhu brought up an interesting question." Why do people abstract?" I was telling him about the abstract attention-seeking work of the artist who does not know how to draw, and the abstraction of artists who have gone beyond exploring realism. Prabal then articulates it beautifully. "There is a huge difference between Abstracting and the Abstract!"

The conversation then turned to…


Added by George Supreeth on February 12, 2012 at 9:30am — 14 Comments

How to make Pencil work for you

Pencil Jammers has grown rapidly over the past few months. What started as a little site to track the artwork of a few friends has now grown into a small community of enthusiastic artists from around the world. For those who have been around since the beginning, this site offers no surprises. If you've joined more recently however, you may feel a bit overwhelmed at the amount of content crammed into this site. Here then is a primer on how to find your way around, and how you can make this site… Continue

Added by George Supreeth on November 15, 2010 at 1:00pm — No Comments

The Genius that was Sargent

John Singer Sargent was an American painter (January 12, 1856 – April 14, 1925) and a keen observer of life. I first came across Sargent while I was researching Spanish Dancers for a project. Singer's keen eye amazingly breaks down complex visuals to simple pools of colour without breaking the illusion. They are startlingly lifelike.…


Added by George Supreeth on July 2, 2010 at 7:30pm — 2 Comments

Karin Jurick's People Studies

Meet Karin Jurick from Georgia in the U.S. Karin conducts professional workshops on oils and acrylic painting. Much of her workshops seem centred around teaching people to paint from photographic reference. The end results are pretty darn awesome!…


Added by George Supreeth on June 16, 2010 at 12:30pm — 6 Comments

Roger Oncoy's Watercolours

There are artists that capture life directly and there are those that excel in rendering it. Roger uses photographic reference, but that doesn't make his mastery over watercolour any less stunning. In his own words (and google's handy translator) …


Added by George Supreeth on June 9, 2010 at 12:00pm — 2 Comments

Vinayak Deshmukh

Perhaps it's the arrogance of the trained artist that makes me always fall over in surprise when I meet people who have no formal art training and who can yet pull off amazing pieces of art.Check out Vinayak Deshmukh. Vinayak is an engineer who has a passion for art. Obviously. Just look… Continue

Added by George Supreeth on June 3, 2010 at 12:00am — 1 Comment

Vinod More's watercolours

Vinod More, a mumbai based artist finished his BFA from Abhinav school of fine art, and his masters in design from IIT, Powai, after which he joined the VFX business. He doesn't paint with traditional media like watercolour much anymore. Which is a pity, take a look at these...…


Added by George Supreeth on June 2, 2010 at 9:00am — 4 Comments

Larry Seiler - Drawing from Life

Larry Seiler takes his little Gouache kit and watercolours into the wild and paints. It's his vision however that is amazing. Larry's impressionistic style makes his paintings boil, jump and cascade all over your eyes. Check it out.…


Added by George Supreeth on June 2, 2010 at 9:00am — 2 Comments

Grzegorz Wróbel's fascinating watercolors

I can sit and stare at this man's work all day. And if there's one thing i'd like to learn before I kick it, i want to do water-colors like these. Grzegorz Wróbel is a polish illustrator who is an absolute master. Check it out.…


Added by George Supreeth on May 30, 2010 at 1:00am — 3 Comments

The Portraits of Stanislav Prokopenko

The amazing portraits of Stan Prokopenko are drawn wiyth graphite and charcoal powder. His technique involves developing the overall structure with graphite stick or pencil, and then modelling the soft flesh using charcoal powder and a stub to blend it in. See more of his work here...…


Added by George Supreeth on May 28, 2010 at 6:30pm — 1 Comment



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