Monday, April 18, 2011
1:36 PM ali saidi No comments
Rangoli is a colorful pattern made near the entrance of a house to welcome guests.The term Rangoli is derived from the words: rank (color) and aavalli (line) so rangoli is row of colours.Rangoli is also known as Rangoli kolam.
It is one of the art forms most popular and traditional Indian festivals in the evenings, when oil lamps are lit and the atmosphere is cool and pleasant, such floral designs create the atmosphere a well planned garden divine. It is customary for Indian women to draw feet decorated Laxmi - the goddess of METEO, approaching her door bringing good fortune to spend his family.
Most of the Rangoli designs are motifs of plants, flowers, leaves such as coconut, lotus, mango, and ashwath (peepal leaf), animals such as cows, elephants and horses, and birds like eagles and swans. Geometric pattern and there. When drawn with fingers, these acquire different dimensions of their own.On the right side you will find useful links of Rangoli pattern. This Diwali light your home with Rangoli Kolam
1:09 PM ali saidi No comments
• Experiment with materials. You can do this work on your sheets, saris, dresses, cushion covers and curtains too.
• Do not hold back on paper or fabric. Try to make a stylish pot, towel, shades or just give it a try ... Bookmark
• First draw the circle and then draw then join to form a coil of hands.
• If the application on the wall, then use the apex of the base paint
• Combining the figures with beautiful models like the peacock, for example, trees, etc.
• If you have a traditional look of your home. Warlis these would look great on the wall. A simple corner with pots, chicks and Warli on the wall will add a new dimension to your home.
• Add mirrors or colored son, if you want that extra shine in your paint.
• Add a border to make it more attractive
• If you use "GERU" as a base, mixed with linseed oil (or similar supports) so that it lasts longer
I hope these might help. Do share your views and ideas and post your comments on the tag board on the right. Go through the links at right for the collection of Warli art designs.