(Maharashtra State, India)
He received national talent scholarships during and after school to pursue art education, but instead he devoted himself to engineering and learning art from his father painter Pratap Mulick, and other well-known artists privately. He worked as an illustrator of freelance architecture, as a commercial designer and as a painter regularly, and he is currently a full-time painter. He participated in many collective shows, exhibitions and paintings in various corporate and private collections in India, the USA, Europe, Japan, Singapore, Australia and Mauritius. He also has several publications and articles in local art magazines. His first book, entitled Watercolors, was published in 2000. It is currently in its fifteenth edition and a new edition will be released soon. The second book, entitled Sketchbook, which was published in 2003, is currently the 5th reprint.
Prado 1462 #12 round used for washes to detailed brush strokes.
Prado 1469 #8 rigger allows free movement of hand for creating lyrical brush strokes, fine lines with movement.
Prado 1322 #1/2" for defining more geometrical and structural strokes.