I like Chinese Painting, Try It!

Been thinking about trying hands on water color painting for a long while now, but sincerely thought that it could never be my forte.
An old A4 size cartridge sheet drawing book,  a few small paint brushes ,  A palate of cheap school water colors ( borrowed from my 7 year old Nephew) ,  a few tutorials on YouTube , a little patience, two sleepless nights  and little hardwork LATER …. here are the results . Not as good, but Im quite chuffed. There is scope for improvement … :)!

I quite liked and recommend Chinese painting because it seems easy to follow and results are quick ( as you can already see).
Next Task : Painting on Glass Bottles !!!!  … Tomorrow!surely!

5 Responses to “I like Chinese Painting, Try It!”

  • Rahul Says:

    Very nice ! Have you plans to try japanses paintings as well? Are they very diferent from Chainese?

  • Nikhil Says:

    Thanx Rahul …

    Oh Well! I believe they are of similar form. Not done any research on this art form yet … Just came to today that it is called “SUMI E” (Chinese Brush Painting). I believe Chinese Calligraphy falls under this art form too. Atleast they seem to use similar techniques/stokes for drawing alphabets

  • Nikhil Says:

    Little bit of googling says … “Chinese Brush Painting” is called “SUMI E” (सुमी ऐ) in Japanese . So they both are technically the same

  • Nikhil Says:

    you are right … the traditional versions of both are same ….

  • jigna Says:

    juat a chumeshwari work of art.fantastically fantabulously perfect.kya baat,kya baat,kya baat.hat offf.really enjoyed watching them.have made lots of frames with other types of art .really never pickd up brush in hands.

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