Tuesday, 27 November 2012

Photography - Into the Sunshine


Monday, 26 November 2012

Photography - Tea and Sugar


Sunday, 25 November 2012

Poem - Into the sunshine


















Living in cold and dark,
no new inspiration and no spark,
a frosty layer on me has grown.

Stepped up on the stair,
leading to somewhere,
I kept going on and on.

On seeing the coming light,
took a turn towards the right,
that light since long I have known.

Climbing the last stair,
leaving behind despair,
a whole new world to me you have shown.

Into the sunshine,
feeling so divine,
trying to open slightly hurting eyes of mine.

Warm wind touched me,
Open your eyes and see,
I promise you that you are going to be fine.

So whenever next time,
hope seems to decline,
walk into the sunshine,
just walk into the sunshine.

                                         - N K Sran

Monday, 19 November 2012

Photography - Birds in sky


Sunday, 18 November 2012

Photography - Floral pattern Net


Photography - Broken Plate


Article - Tips to better portrait sketching




             Portrait sketching is a popular form of art. People love making portraits and being portrayed! As artists strive for making life like portraits, this form requires more practice and exactness than other forms.There are numerous techniques artists devise and a new ones can be discovered by anyone to give a more natural look. Reconsidering reviews by others given on a finished work helps a lot in improving it. But, you yourself can be a good critic for your work.




           Here are some tips to enhance the finesse of your own work:

1) After finishing the work, go for a stroll or do something else, forget about the sketch completely. Then return to the art piece, observe it as someone else's work. Review it evaluating different aspects, improve the shortcomings.

2)  Try not to finish your work in a single go. Distribute it over span of few days so that you get more to concentrate on small areas and add vivid details. Patience is must.

3) Refer to the fine portraits by other artists. It will inspire you, suggest you more techniques and you'll be able to know where you may improve.

4) Art gives pleasure to the viewers so should it give to the artist. Feel happy and contented of your fully finished art piece for few days till you are ready to work on the next creation. Being satisfied by your own creation is must, thats what art is for and it keeps you going on.

5) If you cannot see any shortcomings in your previous sketches even after few weeks, then you are not actually progressing from learning point of view. With time feed your mind with better work so that you can well see flaws in your previous work, you didn't notice earlier. And this is when you are actually ready to begin with the next one.

            Be a better critic to your own work because only you know what degree of perfection you want to acheive. Hope this article benefits you in a positive way. Keep creating , keep sketching!!

Friday, 16 November 2012

Photography - Metal Horse


Wednesday, 14 November 2012

Photography - Diwali Lights


Live Your Hobbies: Poem - Goodness is always hidden

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Photography - A Unique Diya