I don’t normally post incomplete work here but I’m away on a longish holiday (back in Sep) starting today. Posts here might be irregular. Wanted to put up something that I’m excited about in case it is a longer break in between posts than usual. Hoping to finish this and do a few more in this series when I return. Will write more about “Running with the Bulls” with the post on the finished piece.
36″ X 30″ acrylic on canvas. This is based on one of the inspiring photo refs taken by Oochappan. Used with permission.
Update: Image updated with finished piece.
Sujata, a friend from Delhi, has sent me some lino boards, cutters and ink and I’m thrilled. Hoping to try out some print making soon. Until then I’ve saved a digital template of a prepped scratchboard. This was made from a photograph that I took yesterday. And while it is incomplete, I like the effect – lines and all.
Yesterday, at around three in the afternoon, two friends and I drove along the road from Dhaka to Ashulia to look for our subjects. We spent and enjoyable hour taking many photographs of quite an enthusiastic bunch of people. We were surrounded at each spot fairly quickly. Some even came forward and asked us to take their pictures. They were all thrilled when they saw the results on our digital panels. We made several stops. You can see some of the photographs here and here.
Project Andrew Wyeth continues…. I just cannot seem to resist drawing Andew Wyeth from his photographs. He has so many interesting lines on his face most of which i could not capture and so this is going to stay WIP until I learn a bit more on tackling lines and wrinkles. The first one was made a couple of days back.
Made digitally with oils in Art Rage 2 .