Sunday, July 5, 2015

People in my town

It is a hot summer in Isfahan and also Ramadan has begun.
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, and is observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting to commemorate the first revelation of the Quran to Muhammad according to Islamic belief. This annual observance is regarded as one of the Five Pillars of Islam. The month lasts 29–30 days based on the visual sightings of the crescent moon, according to numerous biographical accounts compiled in the hadiths.

These are some sketches of my people. I have worked on some sketches in photoshop.Wish you enjoy them.

In Central Library of Isfahan Municipality

In Hasht-Behesht garden

An old work/ Women wearing hijab(chador) on Sheikh-Lotfollah mosque's stairs


timillustrator said...

Really nice line, what materials are you using?

Behzad Bagheri said...

Thank you Tim. These works are mostly by pencil. Some of them have charcoal too. And I have worked on some of them in photoshop.

Tatiana Bashlacheva said...

Dear Behzad,
My name is Tatiana Bashlacheva, I am a representative of Artistic Paints Plant “Nevskaya palitra” from St. Petersburg, Russia. I was exploring the faculty of the Urban Sketchers Symposium, which will be held in Singapore soon, and I found out, that you use watercolors in your works. Unfortunately I didn't find your e-mail address, that's why I'm writing here.
We would like to offer you to test the quality of our paints. Could it be interesting for you?
I kindly ask you to answer me to my e-mail:

I wish you every success in your creative work and look forward to your early reply! Thank you!

Behzad Bagheri said...

Thank you very much Tatiana. I apologize for delay in answer. I am also a fan of your products and also using your watercolor products. I will contact you.
Best regards

Tatiana Bashlacheva said...

Thank you very much for your answer, Behzad. I am glad to know that you like to work with our watercolors. I am waiting for your letter to discuss detailes.
All the best,

Tatiana Bashlacheva said...

Dear Behzad, I am waiting for your letter! Could you contact me please? Or could you give me your e-mail, and I'll write to you?
Best regards,