What beautiful vibrant colors! They would certainly brighten any home.Merry Christmas!
Binoy, We are again on the wrong and strayed path....U put the seeds and ignited! Yukthivadi and I are on a go with our new blog. Its a humble try to create a non-existing character, the fully native dravidian mighty man....HE IS POLAMADAN,,,A MAN WHO DOESNT EXIST...Please have look whenver u get time...
What colors! And such a creative subject for this blog entry. You are one of the most creative photographers I've seen--and inspiring.Here's a Happy New Year to you! I pray the coming year will be filled with amazing adventures, laughter and joy! May you have strength through the hard times and peace throughout this new year.
You asked how to make stained glass pictures--I start with what is familiar--people, woods, and things that are all around me. I sketch my design onto paper with a pencil (graphite), then I use various sized pen tips to ink in the desigh. The varying sizes create depth. Thin lines for the parts of the design which are further away, thick lines for that which is closest to the front of my design.Then I erase the pencil lines. After that I use colored pencils to add vivid colors into place. I like Prismacolor pencils the best, but any kind of colored pencils will do. I sometimes use a clear blender pencil to blend the colors together--this gives some of my drawings a smooth sense about them. After that I re-ink any lines in the drawing which have been blurred by the color I added with the colored pencils.Your colorful photos would make fabulous designs. I hope that's a help to you.
ok let me see...
These are beautiful lampshades! I love the bright and bold colors.
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