Sunday, October 4, 2009

rainy sunday morning,





The global warming is really affecting the rain pattern in pune.It rained heavily on sunday morning,which forced me to do sketches sitting inside the temple which i had planned to paint from outside...But i enjoyed it as rarely i do interior sketches!..the courts within temple provided combination of outdoor and indoor spaces.I forgot to take my camera,but i am visiting the same spot next sunday,so will post photos of this beautiful temple next time.Till then enjoy the sketches/paintings.

9 comments:

Megha Chhatbar said...

That is real nice to see your work. I have one question in my mind that you first do pencil outline and then paint or you directly use water colors?

sanjeev joshi said...

hi, megha
i dont use pencil for out line,unless its a complex architectural detailed building.For last one year i have not used pencil before applying watercolours.

Arti said...

Nice to see your buildings again! I like that door very much.I hope you come up with some more rainy sketches:)

Ramesh Jhawar said...

Very nice sketches!Especially the first one and the door's!

Art with Liz said...

Ah you're back Sanjeev. Absolutely love the door!

sanjeev joshi said...

thanks liz.Its a black door ,but i took the artistic liberty!...

Prabal said...

Hi Sanjeev. Came to your blog from Arti's blog and what a happy accident.I love your style of painting. Love the expressive quality of each work. I am a fan.

sanjeev joshi said...

thanks prabal! you mave made my day.i am also not trained artist as you are.I am a hobby painter,so we have many things in common.

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