Sunday, December 6, 2009

Smiling Beauty


"A smile happens in a flash, but its memory can last a lifetime"

That being said, it is also true that people are stingy with their smile.
What I would like to say is

"If someone is too tired to give a smile, leave one of your own, because no one needs a smile as much as those who have none to give"

Smiling Beauty was done in 2006. I am so much in love with this picture I made in Illustrator. There are some flaws still it doesn't matter. Maybe coz I love that smile :)

I had come across some pictures of beautiful women and I wanted to try one of those. I chose this one.
Hope you all like it too...

Have a Smiling Day :)

27 comments:

Evelyn Howard said...

:)
She has a sweet smile

Patricia Torres said...

It is a very sweet smile... Very peaceful... calm & serene.. Hope you are having a great day as well.

catvibe said...

I love that! :-)

deepazartz said...

@ Ev, Indeed:)

@ Thanks Pat, I am enjoying my day:)

@ Hey Cat, Welcome...after a long time..thanks:)

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

It is lovely. You know it takes less face muscles to smile then it does to frown? So SMILE everyone. :))

deepazartz said...

Ive heard that Cris...So its actually easy to smile than to frown:)

Bella Sinclair said...

Oh, Deepa, her smile certainly is contagious. She is beautiful, and your painting is wonderful! You have her position and the sheer curtains just right. I am smiling!

Julie said...

She is having a heavenly dream!!!
Very beautiful, and dreamy looking!!!

glorv1 said...

Okay, you got me smiling. :D very nice work. Have a great week and off I go smiling as best I can.:DDDDDD

gemma said...

:-)
Lovely

Mahesh Sindbandge said...

She has a beautiful smile :) and tell you what..ppl who smile when they are asleep is so natural, pure and deep :)

beautiful picture.

i liked the ring in her fingers..it matches alot with it

Diana Evans said...

wonderful post...I am ready to smile at everyone I meet!!!

deepazartz said...

I am happy that you are smiling. EVen I like those curtains:)

deepazartz said...

Thanks Julie...I am glad to see you:)

deepazartz said...

Hey Gloria...lots of smiles make me go Yippeee:)

deepazartz said...

@ Welcome n thanks Gemma and Diana...:)

deepazartz said...

I totally agree there Mahesh. Ppl smiling in sleep are so pure and genuine, esp children. My daughter does that and I just love it!

Aniket said...

Thats one lovely smile. Serene and content.

Gosh... I have so much work ahead of me. Have to get accustomed to Photoshop, Flash and Illustrator by next month!

deepazartz said...

Hehe Ani, So have you signed up for some designing course??

But its good to get to knw anyways:)

Deepa Raman said...

i agree...people smile very less these days in an attempt to be assertive......lets give a hearty smile

Lady Prism said...

There seems to be less things to smile about in this world. BUT, I always make sure to have an extra pinch of fairy dust to induce a smile or two. And, here's a bit of a smile for you! :D

ps: * your verification word spells SMUSEL!* Isn't that cute!

soulbrush said...

she's lovely, but i sometimes wonder whether our smiles just mask other things (or am i just being an old cynic?)

Sunaina said...

The sketch is beautiful and your explanation too good.
You have got quite a talent :)

deepazartz said...

@Deepa, very true! And I don't agree with that:)Do you?

deepazartz said...

Welcome Lady Prism...Hope you enjoy your stay here. And indeed thats quite nice a verificatn word for this post:) I am glad tht u've ur fairy dust to smile...and I think every1 shud've some of their own!

deepazartz said...

@ Soul, could be! But I believe a smile can help forget the stress that u suffered until then. Whatever sorrow I have, once I see people/friends I forget it and enjoy their company (its subdued for the time being). I don't say tht its a mask...its a relief:)

deepazartz said...

@ Welcome Sunaina...Thank you so much! Off to visit you:)