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Desisoul Arts by Desisoularts - 5M ago

This was a long overdue post but anyway here it is after a long hiatus from blogging!

Belateeddddd Happy Ganesh Chathurthi folks! (Hehe)…

It was on last year’s Ganesh Chathurthi that i started my blog and thereafter drew and painted zealously.. So here is a little #pebbleart Ganesha to mark the occasion which is something new i thought i would try… Lord has definitely given His blessings and may He shower His choicest and benevolent blessings upon all of us! . . .

Pebble Ganesha

The pebbles were picked up from below my apartment and I spent a good time searching for the right shapes and sizes before arranging it to represent the form of Ganesha. I am quite happy with the results!! Yay! Maybe I can try painting it later and this time I stopped by just drawing the eyes using a sharpie marker. Hope you guys liked this innovation of mine!

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Happy Janmashtami! (A very late post)..

The blessed Day on which the Dark Lord advented, blooming in the ocean of worldly trials and tribulations, spreading bright lustre, dispelling the darkness of doom, annihilating ignorance and uniting the mankind as the star Rohini arose in the zenith! He who taught the mankind the meaning of Divine Love! Jai Krishna!
Here is a quick doodle of Baby Krishna reveling in the cosmic sea of illusions!

Hope you guys liked it!

The Cosmic Child

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Desisoul Arts by Desisoularts - 9M ago

 

Most of us are aspiring souls who sometimes follow rigid paths laid down by the society often following set standards… But hope is one thing that keeps us going.. Hope is the fuel that keeps motivating us to become someone better.. We are constantly spiraling towards unfulfilled dreams, unkempt promises, unspoken words, unrequited love and unheard pleas.. Often we follow a certain set of people who are so called highly successful forgetting that each of us are unique and we all have the potential latent within us.. Having a role model is great but blindly idolizing without doing anything is not totally fine.. Till we realize that we will continue to fly, spiraling inwards…

Here I have represented the birds as our fleeting hopes and dreams following ones before us to achieve goals in the positive sense. Do comment your views on this one!

Linking to the wonderful ladies at PPF.

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Today in Book Corner, we have a tiny book (only in terms of size!) with drawing instructions in bite-sized chunks of artistic wisdom called Freehand. Curated by Helen Birch, who is an artist and a drawing lecturer in the UK and published by Chronicle Books, San Francisco, this little book offers a view into the various drawing styles and techniques as well as sketching tips n tricks for all of us to get inspiration from.

Each of the techniques is beautifully shown using brilliant examples of art ranging from the traditional pen, paper, pencil and paints to digitally created art by some of the coolest contemporary artists. Birch has given a brief analysis of the different techniques employed by the artists and the impact they have on the final piece of art.

This book is a pleasant read for all the aspiring artists who have an eye for details and impeccable illustrations. Also, towards the end of the book, the artist lists some of the basics of art like the techniques, types of papers, pencil grades, a brief information on colour theory as well as international paper sizes. At the end of the book are given the names and the respective profiles of the artists who have contributed to the images in the book so that it is easy for us to follow their artworks through their online presence.

Digital art is one of the most popular media that is being used in the art domain. In fact, many traditional artists are using digital softwares and applications to manipulate and enhance their images for better quality. In this book, several such innovative works are featured imparting all the fundamentals like line, tone and colour. “Freehand” will definitely inspire you to discover your personal style of drawing and will boost your confidence to create art like the pros out there.Go check out this book and start creating wonders!

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