The concept of preparatory sketches is as old a story as art. Although graphite pencils were not available to artists in the late 1800s, the idea of starting with pencil sketches was already well-established. “Pencils and paper let you put your ideas down quickly,” notes artist Tammy Henveld. “Your thoughts are staggering in the fantasy world until you find something you really like.” Sketching rough draft drafts can help you develop creative ideas, adjust your composition and experiment with shades. From there it is easy to transfer your pencil drawing to the digital space and take it digital through the computer.
প্রস্তুতিমূলক স্কেচগুলির ধারণাটি শিল্পের মতো পুরানো একটি কাহিনী। 1800 এর দশকের শেষের দিকে শিল্পীদের জন্য গ্রাফাইট পেন্সিলগুলি উপলভ্য না থাকলেও পেন্সিল স্কেচ দিয়ে শুরু করার ধারণাটি ইতিমধ্যে সুপ্রতিষ্ঠিত ছিল। “পেন্সিল এবং কাগজ আপনাকে আপনার ধারণাগুলি দ্রুত নামিয়ে আনতে দেয়” শিল্পী তাম্মি হেনভেল্ড নোট করেছেন। “আপনি সত্যিই পছন্দ করেন এমন কিছু না পাওয়া পর্যন্ত আপনার ভাবনা কল্পনার জগতে বিচলিত থাকে।” রুক্ষ খসড়া খসড়াটি স্কেচ করা আপনাকে সৃজনশীল ধারণাটি বিকশিত করতে, আপনার রচনাটি সামঞ্জস্য করতে এবং শেডের সাথে পরীক্ষা করতে সহায়তা করতে পারে। সেখান থেকে আপনার পেন্সিল অঙ্কনটি ডিজিটাল স্পেসে স্থানান্তর করা এবং কম্পিউটার এর মাধমে ডিজিটাল নিয়ে যাওয়া সহজ।
An essential part of the creative process.
Pencil is a very versatile artistic medium. From quick caricatures of sketchbooks to polished landscape drawings, the pencil has the potential to spark all sorts of creative ideas. Mangrove art works by all kinds of artists. / পেন্সিল একটি অত্যন্ত বহুমুখী শৈল্পিক মাধ্যম। স্কেচবুকের দ্রুত ক্যারিকেচারগুলি থেকে পালিশ ল্যান্ডস্কেপ অঙ্কন পর্যন্ত পেন্সিলটিতে সমস্ত ধরণের সৃজনশীল ধারণাগুলি প্রাণবন্ত করার সম্ভাবনা রয়েছে। ম্যানগ্রোভ আর্ট সকল ধরনের শিল্পীক কর্ম করে থাকে।
Sundarbans National Park is a national park in South 24 Parganas district of the state of West Bengal, India. The largest mangrove forests of the saltwater environment along the Great Sundarbans are intact forests that are the largest in the world. The seafront border of the basin is located at the mouth of the Ganges and the Brahmaputra and extends across West Bengal in Bangladesh and India. There are about 10000 sq km of Sundarbans, spread over an area of 6017 square kilometers in Bangladesh.
(This is a handmade painting, This painting was created using watercolors, paper and brushes, It’s about the Sundarbans.)
Naming the Sundarbans: “Sundarbans” literally means “beautiful jungle” or “beautiful forest”. Sundarbans is named after the beautiful trees, which are grown here. Other possible explanations might be that it was named after the “sea, forest” or “moon-bound” (ancient aborigines). It is generally assumed that Sundarbans are named after the beautiful tree tree.
Sundarbans Sanctuary: Sanctuary means a forest or part of a forest where plants and animals are protected from human hands. It means that hunting or cutting of trees is not allowed in any forest or part of the forest. Even traveling there is forbidden. If you have to go, you must go with the permission of the Forest Department. Through this, additional hunting from forests, cutting of excess trees – these are kept closed. There are 3 sanctuaries in our Sundarbans too – Eastern Sundarbans Sanctuary, Western Sundarbans Sanctuary and Southern Sundarbans Sanctuary. Among them, the diversity of vegetation in the eastern sanctuary is a little higher. There are more beautiful, Goa, beast, Kiwara, shrimp, mango, Golpata – these plants and grassy plants. The western sanctuary is more visible in the Gawa, Goran and horticulturist trees. And in the southern sanctuary more trees are seen. Other trees are not so visible. The salinity in this area is a bit higher, that’s it. And the salinity again becomes less and less.
The forest dwellers of the Sundarbans: Why do you name the most famous beast of the Sundarbans, probably everyone in the world knows – Royal Bengal Tiger. However, as the Sundarbans are getting smaller and smaller, the number of them is decreasing. The last survey of them was done in 2004. It turns out, there are 440 tigers in the Sundarbans. Of them, 298 are female tigers, 121 Male and the remaining 21 are tiger children.
Besides, other famous and important animals of the Sundarbans include deer, monkey, buffalo, rhinoceros, mechobagh, saltwater crocodile, sweet potato crocodile, clock, turtle, shark, dolphin, brood, wild boar, wild boar, wild cat, fox and girly. Again, deer are a little more famous. Deer, in particular, are quite familiar; The head on which the crocodile horns are like deer, then the Maya deer in the eye, and only in mangrove forests are the deer-para deer.
All the fish are available in the Sundarbans but very interesting. They are just as fun to eat, as beautiful and varied as they look. And their names are so beautiful! Don’t hear the names of some – Parsa, break the bowl, break it, Gul Bata, break the barrel, Kharshula or Khalla, Kaikka or Kayakshale, fat fish, big ears Magur, tainted ear Magur, Gulsha Tankra, salt Tanger, Shillong, Kajli, vol, Gongaina, Rekha, Gutti Datina, Lal Datina, Laksa (local name Tariyal), Tapas (local name Ramsosh), Bheua, Menno (also known as Dahuk fish), Fessa, Vairagi. They were talking about saltwater fish. There are some Fresh Water bills in the Sundarbans, which are also available in freshwater fish. Geol fish are most commonly found in freshwater fish. Besides, horn, Magur, talkie, shoal, Tangara, pus, Khalse, Chela, scorpion, shrimp, shrimp, and other fish are found in the river – Nala – Canal – Belay! However, these fish are also decreasing day by day. In particular, sea water is rising in salt water bills as sea salt is rising. As a result, the freshwater fish houses are also being destroyed.
The rivers of the Sundarbans are filled with fish, as they are poisonous and poisonous snakes. There are huge bodies of snakes like the dragon, there are poisonous snakes like the Chandrabora, King Cobra, Guinness, Marine Snake. There are also sharks, crocodiles, watches.