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14 Videos (27m)
    • Ganapati idol painting Intro

      1:36
    • Colors to be used

      2:20
    • Skin color - Start

      2:28
    • Skin color - Done

      2:01
    • Painting Dhoti - Part 1

      1:18
    • Painting Dhoti - Part 2

      0:16
    • Painting Shawl or Shela

      0:39
    • Painting the ornaments - Part 1

      1:41
    • Painting the ornaments - Part 2

      0:36
    • Painting the eyes - Part 1

      2:49
    • Painting the eyes - Part 2

      3:43
    • Painting the eyes - Part 3

      3:52
    • Painting the small details

      2:09
    • Summary

      1:16

About This Class

This course can be used independently or as an extension to my course "LEARN THE ART OF CLAY SCULPTING: MAKE A GANAPATI IDOL".

This course teaches you everything that you need to know for painting a Ganapati idol using acrylic colors. Using the same techniques and sequence taught in this course, you can use other types (poster, organic) of colors too to paint the idol.

You'll learn which colors to buy and how to mix many other colors from the basic colors.

Most difficult part in painting the idol is painting the eyes and that is shown in detail so that you get the necessary information and confidence.

So, take the course, paint the idol, enjoy the experience and feel more spiritually connected!

2 of 2 students recommendSee All

excellent class .all the details have been explained very nicely

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Mandar Marathe

Fine Artist, Sculptor, Illustrator, Designer

I am an artist based at Pune, India. I do paintings, sculptures, murals and also conduct art workshops. I also teach through online courses.

I have exhibited my paintings and sculptures in 4 solo shows and 7 group exhibitions. My paintings and sculptures are in private and corporate collection in 7 countries.

Painting and sculpture have been my more-than-hobbies since early age and for 15 years of my corporate career, I worked in manufacturing and software industries and pursued art part-time. Since June 2011, I have reversed this equation and have become a full time artist.

I have two websites where I showcase my work.

Fine Art work : http://www.mandarmarathefineart.com/
Graphic work: http://www.thoughtgraphic.com/