Here again :)
Thanks sekharsaw your work...would like to see more of India through your lence...great job !
My first visit to your blog. You have made really outstanding portraits and sketches. With your permission, I am adding your blog to my favourite blogs list.Will come back to see more of your work, best wishes,Vivek
thanks john...and thank you vivek for deiciding to add my blog...i hope you like what you see here....
Hi Arti, Am finally managing to get a swatch at your blog I knew there was something about you that drew (hehe) me to you I have been 'in to' art in a big way since a small child. To be honest it was the only subject at school at which I excelled except English and History... I love the drawing of the little boy - he looks soo full of mischief ! It looks as though he is thinking - I wonder what is for tea or what he could get up to before tea ??? Is he your son ?Oops I've just noticed the time - must get a move on I have to collect Dorien (sister) in 15 minutes... am always 'at the coo's tail' Cheers from Scotland Bye Kate x.
Hey Kate I missed your comment somehow...well what a coincidence--I also graduated with English and History!Yes, its my son and may be he is wondering when I will permit him to leave the scene!:)
Hey Arti, thanks for visiting my blog. Your drawings have such character in them. I love this one..the light - the smile. I will be returning for visits to see what you have done!
Thanks Pattie, I missed your comment earlier...you are most welcome to visit again.
The softness of the texture and the lighting is simply alluring indeed! Good work.