Friday, July 3, 2009

Stain Glass Painting


I am rather thrilled with my first attempt at glass painting though it is not so special yet for someone like me who does not possess drawing skills at all, it is an achievement(though small) of sorts. I am known to leave stuff incomplete. :P :)

17 comments:

Julia Scissor said...

It looks good. Congrats! It's always fun to do something new.

Hrishikesh said...

Hey, it's very nice indeed!

gopi said...

It is rather nice. Good show:)

fitnessfreak said...

lovely! keep at it! am sure u will come up with more stunning pieces!

Bhargavi Srikrishna said...

Good job man!! Very good for a first attempt!! Now you better find yourself more artistically!! Good luck for that....

Trauma Queen said...

i think its beautiful - love the colours!

are you gifting it to someone or does it sit someplace in your room?

Aarthy said...

Not bad at all for an amateur...looks like u have some latent talent after all...and now the next one can be my gift :)

Anusha said...

Very nice!

Aarthi said...

BEAUTIFUL!!!!! Love it!

Anonymous said...

It is really good and considering that it is your very first attempt at painting/drawing, I think it is in your genes! Go ahead and try more such creative stuff.

Aarthi said...

Beautiful! You have talent

Shashi said...

Nice work for a beginner. It only gets better from here.

Scribber said...

Nice re.. :-) do it more..

Cynic in Wonderland said...

tis is fantastic!

Terra Shield said...

Looks like fun... trying something new always is

VJ said...

Good one :)

The Outliner quality is the most important thing after the glass paints themselves - so you may want to get some high-quality outliners. I didn't find any of the local ones good enough(like camel or favicryl).

I usually buy my art supplies from Williams Pen in Koramangala. You may want to try there :)

Pijush Kanti Mukherjee said...

Its fantastic.Its a novel art and looks classy.

Please share the method for the same.