Thursday, August 27, 2015

Another Pyrography Art: Peacocok



This is a mixed-media art where I have combined wood burning and water coloring. Below, I have provided photos of various steps involved in creating the art above.

First, I lightly sketched with pencil the design I wanted to wood burn.


 With the wood burning pen, I doodled on the face, neck and the body of the bird.


I continued with wood burning on the train. Since I was planning to paint this part. I just burned a few areas while leaving others untouched.




I wood burned additional details on the train, the flowers and the leaves.


I used transparent watercolors to paint the flowers and the train of the peacock.


The finished piece.

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21 comments:

  1. This is a beautiful piece of art. Thank you so much for sharing it and the process.

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  2. I'm so impressed. I love the progress... My son works with wood, and he would love this.

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  3. Awesome!! I love peacocks and this is an adorable one :)

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  4. Most impressive - beautiful work. Happy PPF, Hugs, Valerie

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  5. gosh this is a beautiful and unique piece!

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  6. Wonderful wooden art piece. Love!

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  7. Absolutely gorgeous! I love the detail, and the texture you get from the wood, very nice!

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  8. this is absolutely beautiful! What a wonderful way to combine two very unlikely types of art! Will the watercolour paint stay permanently on the wood? I love this!

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  9. Absolutely fascinating Indira,
    I've never seen this kind of artwork before and really enjoyed seeing the whole process.
    Thank you for sharing... it's beautiful
    Happy PPF to you

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  10. This is gorgeous and such a clever idea! Happy PPF

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  11. Beautiful piece and I love seeing its evolution!

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  12. Funny, I just commented on a peacock and here is another one. It's wonderful!

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  13. Very nice I love peacocks. Great detail. :-)

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  14. Wow! This is truly gorgeous! Congrats on your featured artist status on PPF.

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  15. I love this piece and the way you combined watercolor with wood burning!

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  16. So beautiful, I really love it!!!!!!!

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  17. What a lovely piece of art. Congratulations on being featured at PPF.

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