Prosenjit Roy
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At 9:40am on February 21, 2015, Ed Holland said…

thanks Prosenjit

have a super weekend


At 12:02am on February 19, 2015, Fran Hoffpauir said…

Hey Prosenjit,

Thanks so much for the nice comment on my self portrait.  I appreciate your visiting.


At 12:05pm on October 9, 2014, michele josiane martin said…

thank you for your educatd comments prosejit. i appreciate your critique and in fact your encouragement. cheers from oz!

At 1:25am on October 6, 2014, michele josiane martin said…

your art is incredible prosenjit. thank you for sharing it..

At 8:11pm on August 25, 2014, David Hawkes said…

Prosenjit, Thank you so much for your very kind comment on my completed Mother & Daughter. I always appreciate comments which can be both inspiring and constructive.The painting was for good Cypriot friends of ours. They love to see the fine detail whenever possible, hence the sharp edges. I agree that some reflective tone would benefit the painting, but just literally ran out of time fine tuning..

At 10:23pm on August 19, 2014, michele josiane martin said…

yes it certainly would be very nice to be able to achieve that look, somehow! thank you prosenjit.


At 10:20pm on August 19, 2014, michele josiane martin said…

thank you prosenjit. i was more worried about the incline of the head. yes i need a finer white chalk actually. i tried to use a fine/light hand. i understand what you mean definitely now, seeing it on screen. between fixatives. yes. that is good advice. i will look for a finer white charcoal though. i only have a big block atm. oh hang on, maybe i have a thin hard pastel that would work. i'll try it next time. anyhoo, thankyou for your constuctive assistance! 


At 11:10pm on August 18, 2014, michele josiane martin said…

hi prosenjit. i had a look at pierre-paul prud'hon's work. thank you. he used white most judiciously in his charcoal drawings. i copied one of his drawings as a study and posted it here if you are interested. i'm not good i know, but i am having a go. 

i love to use white. actually , i wear white a lot, too. funny, it's a preferred colour of mine, especially in art. it seems to jump off the page no matter what...

prud'hon's drawings have a beautiful luminescent quality to them. i am interested in art that shows light..i also love turner's pictures - the ships on fire are amazing!


At 11:16am on August 16, 2014, Lyn Pilgrim said…

Hi Prosenjit I've just enjoyed looking through your gallery at all your wonderful art, have a great weekend, Lyn

At 9:31pm on August 13, 2014, michele josiane martin said…

hi prosenjit

re: the inktense blocks …yes you can leave them in the tin to use them. i saw it on youtube i think. cheers.




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