Thursday, 16 March 2017

Redoes Nail Art : The Digital Dozen : Day 2

Hi buddies
For the day two of the theme "Redoes Art" of The Digital Dozen, I've chosen to recreate the famous Rajasthani Art of block printing.
The process of doing block printing flourished since the 12th century when the art received a royal patronage from the kings of the era. Block Printing is done on cotton fabrics. Rajasthan is an important center in India where block printing has gained a good prominence and the designs of the block printing that originated in Rajasthan are considered the most popular and best of all other designs worldwide till date.







I've kept my mani very simple. The base is Zoya Aspen from the Matte Velvet Collection. The image is from Born Pretty BP-L016, the stamper is Pueen Clear Stamper for maximum accuracy, and the stamping polish is Konad Brown stamping polish. The top coat used is H.K. Girl.








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6 comments:

  1. Beautiful manicure from an even more beautiful inspiration!

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  2. These are lovely! What a fabulous recreation!

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  3. These are just gorgeous, wonderful job!

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  4. I adore this simple elegant design! I hope that you've done both hands and not just for this post alone, it would be a shame to remove the mani so soon!

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  5. I love this! Your Indian nail art always teaches me something. :)

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  6. These are stunning! I love reading the background behind your inspiration!

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