Indian wisdom has sutras to produce profound and holy paintings, much like any other art form. In order to capture the essence of the soul in one's paintings, according to Chitrasutra, an artist must be able to see beyond an object. For many, the idea of "seeing beyond" is unreal. But we say that it is possible. Because creativity is what lies "beyond."​​​​​​​
Radha Krishna Painting in ancient divine Indian Folk Art Chitrasutra done in Adobe Photoshop
In Odisha, Pattachitra is attributed to Lord Jagannath of Puri, an avatar of Lord Krishna. Pattachitra paintings typically depict Hindu deities and folk tales. They are on the outside walls of Odisha houses, and on Gangifa (or Ganjapa) cards.The paintings usually tell a story and can take you on a journey through India's ancient history. A traditional painting can take several months to complete, but with the benefit of the digital era and software, it takes much less time to create them.
Radha Krishna Painting in ancient Indian Folk Art Odisha Pattachitra done in Adobe Illustrator
The ancient Indian art of kalamkari first appeared about 3000 years ago in the modern-day states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Its name, Kalamkari, which translates to "pen" and "craft," refers to a special, detailed form of hand-painting on cloth. Scenes from religious books including the Mahabharata, Ramayana, and Bhagavatam were initially shown in this style. These paintings, which depict the tales of the gods, were frequently employed as beautiful backgrounds in temples.
Radha Krishna Painting in intricate Indian Folk Art Kalamkari done in Adobe Photoshop
There is no way to replace the emotions of reading these comics while traveling on trains or autos. This style is seen in comic books, sequential art, or panels that sequentially tell a story. It is a product of the artist's imagination, aesthetic appeal, and emotional response to the story.
Radha Krishna quirky and fun digital painting in comic or cartoon style done in Adobe Photoshop
Chibi is a phrase for short or small that implies sweetness in Japanese.This style is quite popular and has huge demand in the market of merchandise, comics, series, cartoons, fan art, and game art.The popularity and cuteness of chibi products knows no bounds; it is widely accessible from both major brands and neighborhood corner stores, worldwide. Manga comics, anime television shows, and films, as well as the mascot designs for numerous other brands, frequently use this art form. The majority of them are used in fan art, DIY projects, and imitation of well-known celebrities from TV shows, music bands, and other media. These figurines have short, cuddly bodies, enormous heads, and exaggerated, simplified features.
Cute baby Radha Krishna painting in Chibi style, painted in pastel colors using Adobe Photoshop
It is a Japanese pictorial art inspired by Chinese calligraphy, introduced around the 12th century. Only black ink, handmade paper, and carefully selected white space are used to create the paintings. These paintings are renowned for their ability to convey the intricacy and timeless beauty of the natural world using only a few, bold, free-spirited brushstrokes. It is also called suibokuga and means black ink monochrome painting.​​​​​​​ The painting seeks to capture the essence of an object rather than just its appearance. The artist must capture the soul of the topic when making a painting.
Radha Krishna in trance lustrated in free spirited Japanese sumi-e painting
Kerala murals symbolize natural grace and beauty, elegance and simplicity, and pious devotion. Typically, the murals explore Hindu mythology and deities. Rooted in the tradition of drawing on the floor, this art form stylises Gods with its own charm. Each mural is evidence of the artists’ unwavering commitment to their craft. Kerala's temples and palaces are all visual feasts that tell the stories of ancient Hindu Gods and Goddesses. Kerala murals are unparalleled in their subtlety, sharpness, and ethereal beauty. The vivid murals depicting ethereal beauty decorated the temples and castles.
Radha Krishna painting in Kerala Mural, an Indian folk art from Kerala illustrated digitally in Adobe Photoshop
Airbrushing is a painting technique used for adding graphics to cars, motorbikes, helmets, tattoos, decorating mobile phones, computers, and home electronics, for creating T-shirt designs or fingernail art. It is presently a modern style in modern art. The clarity and depth of detail in airbrush paintings are exceptional and look magical. We can digitally sculpt characters using this method in 3 dimensions.
The cute little Radha Krishna in vridhavan surrounded by the surreal flora and fauna painted using airbrushing in Photoshop
Bengal's Pattachitra art style is renowned for its vivid hues, lines, and brushstrokes. It is a part of the mythological and traditional history of West Bengal.  The Patuas play songs as part of the distinctive folk practice known as Pattachitra, which consists of visual storytelling. The painters known as chitrakars depict stories on long scrolls (family surname). Pata is derived from the Sanskrit words patta, which means fabric, and Chitra, which means painting.Pattachitra is the precursor of modern-day animation. Pattachitra uses clear audio messages and potent visual imagery in its multilayer communication.
Radha Krishna painting in Indian folk art Bengal Pattachitra, a contemporary version of Jamini Roy’s painting illustrated in Adobe Illustrator
Let us rekindle a few of our childhood memories, we would collect every kind of crayon and colored pencil we could afford and work miracles on the walls of our home or whatever type of paper we could get our hands on. With those wizard crayons, we were the Picasso’s and the Frida’s.As we grew up, our canvas began taking up room in our homes, and the crayons reduced with each stroke we made on the canvas. The brain will prod us to come up with fresh ideas while the heart will lament the crayon friend we are losing. Fast forward to the present, there are a limitless number of crayon brushes available to us in the digital age.
Cute baby Radha Krishna painting in Digital crayons style, done using Adobe Photoshop
The ornate and vibrant bride and groom illustration style by SCD Balaji, The creator and founder of Quirky Invitations, Artpreneur Program and ATMA Studios. Customers have excitedly demanded that their invitations be made in this style, not just one but in many different cultural themes since the first illustration made its debut in QUIRKY INVITATIONS.This particular illustration style excites every Artpreneur. Radha and Krishna Illustration you see here is by one such Artpreneur.
Radha Krishna painting in vibrant colors, the Bride and Groom style by SCD Balaji, an Indian Folk Art enthusiast and artist
The Japanese word "kawaii," which means "cute" or "adorable," has become part of the English vocabulary. Kawaii is all about giving life to everyday objects, making adult people appear childlike. Kawaii characters can be found promoting everything from the insurance sector to social matters, the fashion industry, and various toys and goods for people of all ages and genders. Speaking of which, the characters are so adorable that some adults feel they are becoming a child. Any topic can be both fascinating and simple to discuss and comprehend in this manner.
Cute baby Radha Krishna painting in kawaii style, illustrated in pastel colors using Adobe illustrator
Phad waiting is a 700-year-old family tradition that has been passed down through generations. It is a painting on an Indian scroll that tells the stories of local gods and goddesses. Singing and dancing became an integral part of the storytelling process. They were performed in front of the villagers starting after the sunset. It is a fusion of Rajput and Mughal painting styles. Pads have a lot of human figures in them because the paintings depict ancient stories.
Radha Krishna painting in Rajasthani Phad painting, Indian folk art illustrated digitally in Adobe Illustrator
When we do the watercolour paintings, our brushstrokes induce the color and water droplets to dance. It is a type of colorful Zen art. On a handcrafted texture piece of paper, the traditional method for creating a simple, exquisite masterpiece involves synchronizing our breathing, gaze, and hand motion with the beat of our inner voice.With the developments in Digital medium and software, we have control over the dynamics of the amount of water, pigment, and effects of strokes. What if we were told that we could create the texture of handmade paper digitally absolutely unlimited?Yes, this cute painting is created digitally. Not just that, the colors we want can be consistent across our work, saving a lot of time and pigment validation that we do traditionally.
Cute baby Radha Krishna painting in Digital watercolors, illustrated using Adobe Photoshop
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