Monday, August 30, 2010

Fall


     After my struggle with my last work, wanted to paint something simple, something nice and bright to get the mood upbeat. Nothing to beat the lovely colours of the trees during fall. This watercolor was done from a reference photo downloaded from the net. Nothing very challenging, but the bright colors do brighten up your day and of-course your mood.

32 comments:

  1. Beautiful subtle use of colour here Asit. The wet-on-wet background complements the detail of the branches perfectly.

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  2. Pleasant viewing. Very soothing indeed.

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  3. This is beautiful. You have done this painting very nicely. Even though you have considered this painting simple but according to me it is not easy to capture the way you have captured.

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  4. in your beautiful painting find good impression-
    gives quiteness for a day- les colours sont formidable en facon et calme -

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  5. The beautiful blend of colors in the back ground and the simplicity of the composition steals my heart, well done AK, what is better than a work like this one to feel upbeat!

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  6. Espectacular conceção de trabalho.
    Belo.
    Continuação de bons momentos de inspiração.
    Até sempre.

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  7. Beautiful watercolor! Can't wait to see what you do next! :)

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  8. the bright colours are really pleasing to the eyes!
    the autumn effect is captured beautifully! i love the colours such green and yellow and blue that blend into one...fabulous!

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  9. Asit,

    Beautiful! Is this a Japanese Maple? They have some of the most brilliant reds. You are a master of what you do!

    Thank you,
    Brian

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  10. Beautifully done. I like the muted colors in the background and how the reds really sing against them. Sometimes the simple things are the most beautiful and meaningful :)

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  11. Very nice indeed. Good work, Asit. Ciao!

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  12. Precioso colorido y buen trabajo, invita a la relajación al contemplarlo y creo que esa era tu idea, enhorabuena y saludos.

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  13. Asit, this painting did brighten up my mood. Thank you.

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  14. The negitive painting is wonderful hear. I love the deep indian red hue in the leaves.

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  15. What beautiful colours. A really lovely painting. And I also loved your Buddha - it may not have been what you wanted, but it works for me!

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  16. Nothing very difficult? Asit, I find that this subject is not easy. I always have many difficulties with the leaves of trees, then I paint trees in winter... I find that you managed to make them light and I like your choice of colors, bravo.

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  17. Nicely composed and I love the subtlety of all those leaves. You have done a great job.

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  18. We have one of these trees in our garden. I took a photograph up through the leaves with the blue sky above as the backdrop - but just haven't go around to painting it yet. This is a superb painting. I love thje way that the leaves fade in to the background. It's very cleverly done indeed :0)

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  19. Muy original, parece que avisas la llegada del otoño con esas hojas de liquidambar. Un saludo.

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  20. Love the red leaves. Transparent and beautiful.

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  21. Hi Ak, I really like the difference in feeling between the background and foreground. It really makes the painting interesting. Of course your painting ablilty is outstanding along with the composition.

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  22. Asit, I would think anything, but simple. there is such depth and mood in this painting! I like!

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  23. Sono stata in vacanza troppo tempo e tu hai fatto, nel frattempo, delle cose veramente
    belle. Queste foglie sono stupende. Elvi

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  24. Really admire the layers. Love the bold colors of this watercolor.

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  25. I wouldn't call this subject 'simple'! You did great, Asit.Very well done.

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  26. Thanks every one for the really encouraging words. Did a lot bring up my morale!

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