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Dec 17, 2017
 
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 By: Marx Tejaswi
The rustic ambience touches your heart the moment you enter the room with mud walls, decorated with aesthetically appealing designs using paint made of rice paste and white mud. Inside the room, Chandrashekhar N, one of the very few in the state who avidly practices the unique Hase Chittara art form, which is on a verge of extinction in the passage of time, is busy designing a clay p
 By: Roshan Glaston D'Souza, Oman
I started sketching and painting at the age of 8 to 9 yrs and now at 27 yrs I consider myself as an artist who still has a long way to go. I consider art as a vast Ocean and myself as just an ordinary man with a tiny spoon
 By: Judith Serrao, UAE
Your kids are on vacation and have nothing to do? Do not worry, for here is a simple hobby which will keep them occupied and out of your way. Place the art knife tip on the lines of the picture, press and pull the knife forward along the lines
 By: Judith Serrao, UAE
Draw the outline of the glass on the black adhesive paper. Cut the black adhesive paper and affix to the glass. Draw or trace the picture with white carbon on the adhesive paper- the outlines will be marked with white (as the carbon paper is white).
 
As a Christmas special feature, Mangalorean.com presents on 'Pots and Paints' some unique Christmas ornaments and accessories made by Clita Crasta from Oman. Clita is an energetic, enterprising and extremely creative person who is known to almost everyone..
 By: Reuben Chris Rego, UAE
Being involved in sports while harboring aspirations to pursue a professional course; and the consequent paucity of time and the vagaries of life; well, sketching obviously had to take a backseat not to say that it was a priority before. The first drawing shown herein..
 By: Dr. Jason Furtado M.P.T(Aus)
I believe that Art is the voice of the soul. I worship my God through my art. Inspired by traditional Christian art and the fading majesty of catholic icons, I was drown to rediscover the love and reverence that goes behind making such religious icons. I have received no formal training...
 By: Jaya Ramesh, Oman
Candle making is time consuming but the results turn out to be very satisfying and beautiful. You can make candles out of paraffin wax or gel wax. I have made an assortment of them here. With a little bit of imagination and effort you can make beautiful candles to place around your home.
 By: Jaya Ramesh, Oman
Select a pot of any shape. Polish the exterior with sand paper for about half an hour, till the outer surface of the pot is smooth. (I must admit that when you do this, you realize the masonís job is not all that cool).
 By: Sylvia D'Souza, UAE
Candle making is an art that offers creative opportunities for anybody, even those who are not inclined to art. There are several ways of decorating candles aesthetically using dyes, paints and decorations such as flowers, leaves, beads, buttons, etc. You can give unique effects by adding ice pieces, chunks of wax etc and a snowy effect ..
 By: Newton D'souza, USA
I occasionally like to try new techniques of painting. I have not done art for a long time now, but I thought I will share some of my older paintings here. Most of the paintings are in acrylic on a 24 by 36 canvas. Actually, I was in a painting spree and probably did all these paintings in a period of two months, in the summer of 2003...
 By: Jaya Ramesh, Oman
In keeping with the spirit of Independence Day, I have made a rangoli with the simplest of ingredients, namely pulses. Pulses form the staple diet along with rice in many of the Indian states and are extensively used in cooking simple Indian dishes...
 By: Judith Serrao, UAE
I found a lot of spare tiles during a recent renovation at the work-place; and decided to make good use of them. Got some paints, cardboard and glue together and got started on making a card out of the tiles. You can surprise your family, friends and loved ones with this special hand-made Tile-O-Card...
 By: Judith Serrao, UAE
In order to compliment the ethnic wall hanging that I had, have made headrest covers for our Majlees/Baitak with a motif of red elephants. Affixed the motif of the elephant to the headrest covers with a chain stitch with white thread...
 By: Jovita Nazareth, Oman
Place the design paper on the aluminum sheet and press the outline with a ball point pen. You can choose any design. I have chosen a typical Arabic design here featuring a Kahwa cup, a dhow, a mosque, a fort etc. Turn the aluminum sheet around and emboss it by making an imprint of the design with the wooden chisel....
 By: Judith Serrao, UAE
Keep ready a picture that you want to emboss. Cut the plywood to the size of the picture giving 5-10 inches on all sides to centre it. Cut the metal sheet 2-3 inches larger than the plywood so that it can be wrapped around the plywood when done...
 By: Judith Serrao, UAE
Keep ready a picture that you want to carve. Cut the plywood to the size of the picture giving 5-10 inches on all sides to centre it. Cut the metal sheet 2-3 inches larger than the plywood so that it can be wrapped around the plywood when done.
 By: Jovita Nazareth, Oman
Place the design paper on the aluminum sheet and press the outline with a ball point pen. You can choose any design you wish. I have chosen a herd of horses. Turn the aluminum sheet around and emboss it by making an imprint of the design with the wooden chisel...
 By: Judith Serrao, UAE
First draw the outline of the picture with the outliner. When dry fill in with glass paints. You can use acrylic paints too but will not get the coloured glass effect...
 By: Judith Serrao, UAE
First decide on what you are going to make from the clay. Assemble the clay roughly like the shape you want to create. Use the butter knife to smoothen the edges. When done, use the sculpting tool to sculpt and give the finishing touches. Sprinkle water on the model that you have..
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