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Monday, September 24, 2007

Couple of pics in MS Paint



In a charming sea
Sailing a solitary boat
Like the flying birds, it is free.

The setting Sun
A lady is waiting in a rowing boat
Deeply embedded in nature with the melancholy tone

PS: Recently I am enjoying Microsoft Paint (Programs->Accessories-> Paint) like as the early days of my computer usage. Though I can not make the lines perfectly in paint (like the face of the lady in second pic) still enjoying it. Nature was always my favorite subject of painting in childhood. I guess the same thought is coming back again while using this tool.

And here goes the link with some more imaginations.

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14 comments:

Keshi said...

well thats a pretty good job Pijush WOW!

I cant even draw a straight line properly in MS paint :)

Keshi.

Ananda Niyogi said...

nice mate :-)

Aditi said...

very nicely done.. i know how hard it is to work in paint so admirable

Kalyan said...

I must be honest here Pijush, you are simply doing a fabulous job in MS Paint...Somehow whenever I tried drawing in MS Paint, it never came out well as the mouse would just go hayware while trying to draw something and ultimately, I don't work in it anymore.... Excellent drawings and with those lovely words!

Lotus Reads said...

Wow, I do appreciate you posting these pictures here for us to enjoy, very well done!

sAg_NiK said...

Cool Paintaing! :-))

And yes, painting/pics on/close2 Nature a real turn-on !

While ur doing MS Painting(MUCH tougher),am restricted myself as an Inker only.
Chalak chele,tai na? ;-)

Yup,i love Inking on B/W pics/scans & fill those with varity of colors...

Bye,Sagnik

Peter said...

I just wanted to say hello and thank you for visiting my blog! I promise to be back to yours also, but I'm on my way to take two or three weeks off and under a bit of time pressure, so... I will be back mid October!

MM said...

Thats interesting, for sure!!
Especially liked the lady in the boat who looked a lot like Meera!

Pijush said...

@Keshi, Ty,

I cant even draw a straight line properly in MS paint - I can not do it as well, see the pics – none of the lines are straight :-)

@Ananda,

Ty & Take care.

@Aditi,

I am glad you liked it so much, I have drawn few more and uploaded in the link provided in post. Ty.

@Kalyan,

Thanks Mate, for your info I have drawn it without mouse – by the small button of my lapi, which is even tougher :-) I am delighted to get such comment appreciation from you.

@Lotus,

Thanks for your comment. Keep smiling.

@Sagnik,

While ur doing MS Painting(MUCH tougher),am restricted myself as an Inker only. Chalak chele,tai na?

No, I also like to sketch, but have not done recently. I am big admirer of painting by Satyajit Ray and Tagore.

Thanks for liking these works. Take care.

@Peter,

Welcome to my blog. Have a nice vacation, Take care.

@MM,

Especially liked the lady in the boat who looked a lot like Meera! - Thanks mate for liking these works. My efforts have not gone in vain. Stay well.

CHEWY said...

I'm sorry I haven't been here in a while. Wow! You are making digital paintings.

I also like the poetry accompanying them. Great job!

The boat with the red sun... You've managed to create motion. The big sail pulling the ship to the right. You see how a few drawn lines can communicate so much.

Who would paint a brown sky? It's not logical, but it works!

CHEWY said...

I must enter you into my "sweet sites". Woo-Hoo!

Pijush said...

@Chewy,
“how a few drawn lines can communicate so much.” - It’s all I have learnt studying your paintings. I have already mentioned that I am a big fan of your works.

“Who would paint a brown sky? It's not logical, but it works!” - I was not able to pic suitable color of Sunset, thus used it :-)

“I must enter you into my "sweet sites". Woo-Hoo!” Thank You, Thank You, I am delighted. I subscribed to your blog (Kept in my reader) few months back, and now you are blogrolled :-)

niki yokota said...

good job!!
i can never paint well on computer.
u have such a great imagination :)
the first one looks japanese somehow.

Pijush said...

@Niki-chan,
Thank You, “the first one looks japanese somehow.” - I know that Japan is called “The Land of Rising Sun” – I guess you mean to say that or the boat? This imagination came from our Bengal.