Monday, December 14, 2009

big tree

I always wanted to paint this perticular location as found this tree growth very attractive ,could not do so as this one is at cross roads and very dificult to sit and paint there. Finally few months back I pulled my car to one side of the road and started painting. The road was not empty as you would think looking at painting .I survived all the dust and smoke -can say this is one of the most dificult painting in that sense :)

17 comments:

William F. Renzulli said...

Great job with a difficult subject.

Prabal said...

The tree looks difficult otherwise also. Good job.

pc said...

considering that you had to paint it in a difficult fix, it's a fairly good outcome.
Would have liked more 'lights and shadows' as you usually do. Not sure, if it was cloudy out there.

Ajay Patil said...

William- long time :),thanks
Prabal,PC thnaks- I am not sure if it was cloudy but yes more light and shadow would have helped. I tried to keep foreground houselike strcuture colors lighter to emphasize on tree here.

sureshpethe said...

झाडाची विशालता छान पकडली आहे.

Arti said...

You are very good with trees, Ajay.This one is gorgeous!

sreenivasa ram makineedi said...

nice painting.

Ajay Patil said...

पेठे सर- धन्यवाद
Arti, Sreenivasa - thanks

Ramesh Jhawar said...

Good job, Ajay!

Art with Liz said...

To get the real effect of the beauty of the tree and the whole painting, you need to click on the picture. This is really a wow painting Ajay!

Ajay Patil said...

Ramesh , Liz - thanks

Sunny Sand said...

Hmmm... I cant offer professional comments.... but the way u hv done the tree makes it clear why u wanted to bring it on paper so desperately. Was it a banyan tree?

The painting looks much better in the smaller scale!

Ajay Patil said...

Thanks Sandeep- yes its banyan tree

Jasy said...

very nice work...![all your watercolors are simply amazing!]
enjoy painting!

RUPESH PATIL said...

nice painting Ajay!

Palazzo said...

beautiful paintings

inma valderas said...

Thanks for your visit.
I like very much the sensitivity of the outlines in the trees.

Saludos