Saturday, May 8, 2010

Draupadi


Draupadi , the woman in the story of Mahabharata.

29 comments:

Sayantan Halder said...

loved it...... specially the draperies.........

APO (Bem-Trapilho) said...

ohhh very nice!!!

nikheel said...

Awesomeness Abhishek!

vjarumugam said...

Hey bro, this is a splendid piece man. i just love it man. look at the color combination.i was going thru a few stuff in one of the cotton stores...and i found silk clothes with indian prints on it. and i fell in love with them immediately. and i came home and there it is.... the combination's that fascinated me was on draupadi. i like that attitude of her and the pose and the composition... i can go on...brilliant!

prosenjit ganguly said...

Hi Abhishek! Very inspiring work! The Krishna illustrations are just brilliant! You are entitled to direct blessings from every character you have illustrated so magnificently! The gods must be following your blog!
Fantastic!

Sami said...

Beautiful, as always.

By, the way, thanks for the add :)

Nimisha Saikia said...

Loved the etchy-ness you've added to the fabric unlike the smooth, flowy treatment which is usually used to depict fabrics. The colours are awesome too. :)

Nico said...

this is really great....Like always!

A. Riabovitchev said...

Beautiful!I like colour pallet also!:o)

Ramaa said...

Lovely... I've been a fan of this kind of fabric :-) Excellent artwork! Very realistic.

Marcelo Vignali said...

Beautifully composed.

Lubomir said...

Hey, great design, lovely shapes you've created with the cloth :)

Octavio E. Rodriguez said...

Beautiful piece.

Craig Phillips said...

Wow! So nice. And so original. Great work!

Desiree Cassidy said...

amazing! really stunning

The Dude said...

Wow.. just absolutely amazing work man! Truly impressive.
Does my heart good to see Indian artists with talent like yourself.

Im going to give you a follow and be back for more most assuredly.

Cheers..

Gulzar said...

I love the graphic duo tone you have used...
Keep it rolling! am comin after ages here! Nice loose works below...

keep em rollin Abhi. Keep em rollin! :)

cheers!

gaurav said...

hi
i been following u r art for sum time and u have a great sense of design, i am a also a concept artist if u could take out a little time to review my wrks it would be of a gud help to me

the link would be
http://coalcolorz.blog.com/

Eric Barclay said...

Wow. Absolutely stunning.

Manoj Sinha said...

Isse behtar nahin ho sakta tha. Ithas ko vartman me lane ka adbhut prayas.

Pit said...

wonderful art !! greetings from france

Rajesh M. Indulkar said...

Wow Abhishek, very stylized concept art...

sergio kechu said...

What a beautifull women!!!
nice colors and very original.

you are a great artist,

you are in my favourites!

Oscar Rosales said...

Very nice piece! Cool as always.

imcha said...

There is more to your work and philosophy than just the storytelling aspect.

I am deeply in awe of you and your incredible imagination.

The curves, the details on the fabrics... gives me chills.

kanishk said...

excellent work Abhishek.
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Oscar Martín said...

Fantastic!

Trevor Spencer said...

this is absolutely beautiful! love the colors.

Brikut said...

There have been many myths about Goddess Draupadi, many are mis-interpretations, base-less. She is considered to be the grama devetha and kula devatha for many people. There are many shrines for Goddess Draupadi, spread in Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. One of the shrines, where She is a Grama-Devatha and Kula-Devatha to many, is located in one of the small villages of Tamil Nadu.

The village is named KONDAL, Mayiladuthurai Taluk, Nagapattinam District, Nidur P.O, Tamil Nadu. There are more details about Goddess and way to the shrine at:

http://blog.thitherwards.com/draupadi/

Draupadi Amman Thunai - May Her blessing be always on you all!!