Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Old haunts in Bangalore






5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Your sketch of Koshy's captures the spirit of the place perfectly!

I have a technical question to ask - your sketches all have a loose, watery quality - does this mean that you wait for one layer of paint to dry before painting another? (When I try to achieve your effect, the colors just run into each other). Thanks!

Anonymous said...

yes, I do wait for a layer to dry before I I put on another.
Have fun,
P

shakester said...

oh, wonderful.
Higginbothams and Koshy's are wonderful. Happy to see Peco's here as well, though a tape deck wouldnt have been amiss! :) and Lal Bagh is truly wonderful place for trees.

Lovely set.

Anonymous said...

I can almost smell Koshy's and feel the slightly humid atmosphere inside with the fans whirring....your ability to capture the essence of the places you've visited is astonishing. Wish I was sitting in Bangalore club right now. I envy you your skill! I love the whimsical quality of your subjects..."My first G&T of the season" was an instant hit with me. Thanks for sharing your sketchbook.

dimpy roy said...

Very scary!!!From a witch in a white sari to unexplained sounds coming from a house, there are many stories of paranormal activities in Bangalore waiting to be explored, whether they are true or not can only be told by people who have experienced it themselves. Check out all haunted places in Bangalore.