Sunday, 4 April 2010

How to do Rock painting?

Dear Friends, How are you all.. ??

Thank you all a lot for checking my blog regularly even if you didn't find any thing new in it.. Now today I'm back with new thing which i tried it for the first time, its rock painting.

Firstly thanks to "PRACHI" for giving me a chance to do something new. She got me a small rock to write her name on it and i turned out the stone to a different thing with her name on it. So, Prachi you can use it as a paper weight also as i know HEWITT does not have papers there, everything is system operated.. "HAHAHAHA"

So jokes apart, this was a very new thing tried out by me.

Materials used:

1) Rock (Any shape / size)
2) Fabric / Poster colours
3) Beads (optional)
4) Varnish

How to start with :

1) Choose any design you want to paint and do the magic with your brush

2) If you are not good with painting you can stick some charming beads to it.

3) Here I wrote a name to it and some simple florals added with beads to make it a bit more attractive, some sparkles also added.

Hope you all will try it out and will like this too :)

So, my dear friends, comments pleaseeee :)




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Anonymous Nikhil Pai ,Mangalore said...

reshmi ji u hav turned dis small rock in a beautiful piece of art.....

as you hav said Varnish is also required can you just mention when is varnish used???? before painting we need to coat it or after painting????

and as ur design are glittering is it because of the varnish ????

4 April 2010 at 11:18  
Anonymous Nikhil Pai ,Mangalore said...

dnt forget to visit my blog :

4 April 2010 at 11:23  
Blogger Nithya said...

Nice to see you back after a long time.. :)

The stone painting looks lovely :)

4 April 2010 at 21:06  
Blogger farah said...

hi reshmi, welcome back long time not heard from you. was missing you. this indeed is very cute. i had also done a similar thing ones with stones but had bnot put beads. it is looking very nice with beads.

4 April 2010 at 21:44  
Anonymous Priyanka said...

hello, its beautiful jus wanted to know for writing the name what have you used? Any marker like the way it is ued for glass painting?

Good Work, Keep demonstrating!!!!!!

4 April 2010 at 22:17  
Blogger bindu said...

hi reshmi nice to see u after a long time i just want to know the material used for writing the name and when we use the varnish

19 April 2010 at 22:56  
Blogger Nilanka said...

Hi Reshimi, I just stumbled on your blog and found what you can do absolutely amazing. You are very talented and should be really proud of your talent.

6 May 2010 at 22:35  
Blogger swarali said...

Hi! Reshmi,was looking for some creative art/craft sites and found urs... grt work ,keep up the excellent wrk. thnks!!!!

10 May 2010 at 08:16  
Blogger APARNA said...

Thank you for your wonderful blog...

I had done a rock painting and I would love to hear your comments on the same. Please see a picture of the same on my blog (


10 May 2010 at 14:46  
Blogger shivang_sagi said...

Wonderful work of art Reshmi, using all the natural things around us and turning them into more beautiful artwork, its quite a talent.

I have added your blog in my list, i have the link to your blog on my page.
Will keep visiting your blog for new work.
Take Care

13 May 2010 at 04:08  
Blogger Neeti said...

Hi Reshmi, I landed up at ur blog while looking for something... You have done a gr8 work of art. I really enjoy going through all the posts... keep them coming...

18 May 2010 at 10:22  
Blogger VAISHU said...

awesome!!, beautiful!
salute to a artist!

29 August 2010 at 21:50  
Blogger Parvathy said...

hai Resmi

can you check ma blog and give ur suggestions and corrections regarding glass painting

27 October 2010 at 17:13  
Blogger XO Expat said...

I love painted rocks! I have a few picked out to paint myself, inspired by the rocks my Grandma has on her shelf: On one side they say, "Please turn me over" and on the other side, they say "Thank You!"

25 January 2012 at 04:51  

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