Thursday, November 5, 2009

Paperboats

Digital art again... 'Paperboats' was done in photoshop and illustrator. I like the glow the best! I enjoyed making each bit. This is a mirrored one as part of my practice session. I am a bit nostalgic about this one as the paperboats, I believe, is part and parcel of childhood. Whoever forgets making paperboats to sail in the running rain water along the drain:)

13 comments:

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

I love this. I remember making them. how fun. it reminds me of paper lanterns too. Lovely

Teresa Batchelor said...

How neat!!! Love the image in your header....beautiful!

Mahesh Sindbandge said...

How do u do that yaar..it seems so graphical you know :D Would definitely love to touch them some time :P

Good one.I liked the pheonix rising too :)

deepazartz said...

On the dot, Cris...laterns. Thats right.

deepazartz said...

Thanks Teresa. I just visited your blog.Its so much fun to see and enjoy your exhibit. I am so happy for you.

deepazartz said...

Thanks Mahesh...even I sometimes long to feel them; see how it actually is:)

Renee said...

These are wonderful, I love the boats and I to love the glow from the lights.

xoxoxo

deepazartz said...

Glad Renee..:)

Bella Sinclair said...

This gives me such a peaceful, serene feeling. I can practically hear crickets. So beautifully done!

deepazartz said...

Very inspiring!!! I hear crickets when I close my eyes and visualize night back in India. I love the feel of 'home':)

glorv1 said...

Hi Deepazartz. Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving such a nice comment and I must say, think your blog is great as well and I shall return to view your art and read your posts. I loved making paper boats as a yound girl myself. The glow just makes you feel good. I like "Paperboats" very much. Thanks for sharing and have a great week ahead.

soulbrush said...

this is soo very lovely.

Lisa M Griffin said...

Love the feel of this piece and how the paper lanterns and origami boats are illuminated. Thanks for stopping by my blog and for sharing your work. =)