Monday, March 26, 2007

Watercolour::Little India Singapore

The second watercolor piece this month... it is painted for a International Fest held here...
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5 comments:

eeshaun said...

nice!!

drewscape said...

Watercolor is more difficult to control then other paints. Mistakes cannot hide. you've controlled it very neatly here in a big composition. The colors do have the vibrancy of little india. If it were me, i'd make the colors to have more mood. But nicely done. how'd you paint little india while in america?

zeropointfive said...

excellent! i've always admired those who can handle watercolours ;)

sei-ji rakugaki said...

i find that this piece is quite lacking..sorry.Mainly, it is because the proportions seemed weird..the people and the objects..like the huge vase in front and as for the color, it seemed bright, but on closer scrunity,it is just having blocks of watercolor than making use of the intrinsic fluidity of watercolors.just one color and another tone..

Don Low said...

:)