Gond Painting Tutorial

Gond Painting Tutorial


Hello my creative tribe. I’m back after a
month’s gap. And thank you so much for your blessings and good wishes.
Everything is now fine at my end. And we’ll continue our Indian folk painting series and
today’s tutorial is on Gond Painting but first things first, we just crossed 25,000
subscribers on YouTube channel and we are now a little bigger family of
creative people. so it’s time to celebrate. From today onward whenever I
will post any folk painting tutorial, I am going to give away the finished art
work. So today after finishing my artwork, I am gonna give away this to
one of you so for that you just need to tell me have you ever heard about these
folk paintings, Indian folk paintings or have you ever tried them yourself or
whatever comes to your minds after watching this video or you just tell me
do you like these kind of painting tutorials? Anything anything you can share
in the comments below and one lovely comment I am going to pick and that one
will win this finished artwork. Gond painting is a tribal art form of central
India which is Madhya Pradesh and it is practiced by largest tribe of India
called Gondi tribe. Gondi tribe live in various parts of Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh, Odisha and some parts of Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra but majority
of the Gond tribe come from Madhya Pradesh. And this word Gond is derived from Dravidian expression, Dravidian word Kond which means mountain.
Well exact origin of Gond painting is not known but it came into light when the
most influential Indian artist Jay Swaminathan spotted a young boy, 17 year old boy in a small village of Madhya Pradesh called Patangarh. And that young boy
used to paint his hut’s wall with dots, lines and dashes in
vibrant colors and that art is now known as Gold painting and Gondi Tribe believes
that looking at good art can bring a lot of good luck in your life. Interesting!!
The style of Gond painting is very simple. The paintings depict flora and fauna
which is trees, bushes, plants and animals and birds. and sometimes you can see
mythological characters, Gods and Goddesses but mainly it has trees and
animals and birds hence Gond paintings are reflection of
human close connection with nature. Like many other folk paintings, in olden days these Gond paintings were also done on the walls of huts and nowadays it
can be done on all the possible surfaces. Then they are filled with vibrant colors
using dots, lines and dashes. So curious enough to know how to make Gond panting. Let’s begin. so I’m using this A4 130 GSM This is
a drawing sheet that I am going to use in this tutorial
and this is the pen, a gel pen classmate octane. These are the acrylic colors. So first
I’ll trace the design. Either hand draw or trace the design. I am drawing bird
feeding its baby. You can find the motif in printable format on my blog
link is given in description box below. Gond paintings are always filled with
vibrant colors like blue, red, green and yellow and that is what I am doing here filling it with all the vibrant colors. Once the figures are filled with colors,
draw double lines or you can draw single line too to create sections. Now this is
very important creating sections. After creating sections, fill the motif
with lines, dots, dashes or fish scale patterns. It’s totally up to you what
pattern you want to fill where. Background is always left as is without
filling any patterns. Sometimes, just plain white or sometimes in a vibrant
color. Here you have it, you masterpiece. After watching this video, if you try
this Gond painting then don’t forget to share it with me on my Instagram which
is @designdecoranddisha and don’t forget to add #CreativeTribe so
that I can easily find you. That’s it!! So I hope you like this video don’t forget
to give it thumbs up and you already know the drill like, subscribe, comment and
share and stay tuned for my next video because it will be a biggest surprise. Bye Bye!!

100 thoughts on “Gond Painting Tutorial

  1. Share an interesting fact that you know about any Indian folk painting in the comments below to win the Gond Painting I made in this video.
    Don't forget to share your creations with me on my Instagram: https://instagram.com/designdecoranddisha
    Wish y'all love, luck & sunshine!!!

  2. Hi Disha ,
    Appreciate your artwork !!

    Could you please do a tutorial on Kerala mural paintings ?
    Thank you

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  4. maam can u make a traditional painting describing a story or msg like save girl child or save water or mother or children playing? i will wait for ur answer.

  5. Very nice video…my son of sixth grade got a summer assignment on Gond Art..I made same for him…it turned very good…thanq so much…

  6. Mam I am proud of you for conserving Indian art and teaching to others too I would love to learn it was not possible for me to go out and learn I liked the way you teach too there is no end for my happiness can you teach Muriel nirmal painting i want to decorate my drawing room with it

  7. Good Painting! anybody can do way of teaching!! Simple and elegant, i have tried few indian folf painting using acrylic colors, this actually explains simple and happy way of living human beings which this era has forgotten , such paintings are definitely a reminder to this human kind! Good work.

  8. After Coloring the branches and leaves…I used the black octane gel pen but it is not coming properly…I mean the markings on the leaves ..

  9. Disha ji can u please specify the type of paper used. .does it gave to be of particular gsm..what about the size ..If I want to try painting a large size.

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  11. Mam I am inspired to try this gond painting ,as I like your style of explaining ,simple & easy way that builds my confidence & inspires me to try it .

  12. Hi Disha, I have been watching many videos… It's special of u that u give the full history ABT the art … I used to paint long back n u have inspired n brought me back to my painting art ….I started tkg out time for painting under Ur guidance ….tried madhubani …thanks a tonnnnn!!

  13. Hi Disha, I have been watching many videos… It's special of u that u give the full history ABT the art … I used to paint long back n u have inspired n brought me back to my painting art ….I started tkg out time for painting under Ur guidance ….tried madhubani …thanks a tonnnnn!!

  14. Lovely, Proud to be the resident of the country which has such a rich culture and variety. All art lover will love to do this. Thanks Dishaji for such a wonderful information.

  15. Just subscribed yours.. It's really too good for beginners like me with huge interest but little idea.. Shall definitely try this folk art series and create a small folk wall.. Thank you for the beautiful directions for these forms..

  16. Awesome work, thanks for sharing, your art is beautiful n simple steps easy to follow for art enthusiasts… Wish to win your giveaway art some day ๐Ÿ™‚ god bless you!!!

  17. Hai
    I love ur paintings as I commented before.i am bone and brought up in chattisgarh after my marriage i left the place.now I am in Manglore.its a nostalg to see these kind of paintings.

  18. very nice n informative to learn now a day I am learning this type folk painting even madhubani also doing u give guidance proper which colour use how it look completely all required thing which need for that image

  19. hi disha!I m meha. instead of sending my daughter to any worthless kids painting class I decided to teach her various folk art form at home from myself..I started from warly. hope ur vedio will help me in my mission..thanx a lot

  20. Very well explained! I loved to get the information on Gond painting โ€˜s origin. Thanks. I have learned ANADISHTA KALA from a well known artist of Bikaner, Sri K. Raj. This art form has five elements of nature. Wind, water, air, sky and fire. This art form is very fascinating. All the elements has a symbol, and this art is depicted using these symbols.

  21. Hi…the more i see ur video the more i like it…. i have missed ur previous videos….n now i see…. i feel disconnected…. means get messed up which art forms belongs to which region…..how to summarize ur videos… if whenever u have time give us list in description box which art form belongs to which region… art form name n region…so we can search on net for more details….โ˜บ

  22. Hi Disha I enjoy watching Ur video .I tried madhubani painting after watching Ur video .I will surely give a try for gond painting too.

  23. Hello, I am happy to see your painting. You are a great Artist.I am new member .Simply GREAT. Every Art form is great, Thanks for very good Artistic piece of Art.

  24. Woww that's great.Will try today itself.My mouth was watering while watching your work as if I have seen some favourite dish when I was hungry

  25. beautiful…thank u mam for sharing this awesome project…please let me know how to draw gond paintings on black chart paper…it will be v v helpful for me

  26. hello mam…. …. really impressive video …. clear way of showing each and every thing used for painting and shown so closely… would like to give a try … thank you once again for such a lovely art video

  27. hi my name is durikshit and i study in c.r.p.f public school rohini sec~14 prashant vihar iam from delhi
    i have my art gond competition i have left 1 day for competition im thinking that what i do? what i do? then my muma suggest me that you should do learn from internet then i think then i search on youtube
    GOND ART then your video was in second number i think i shoud watch your video i am feeling nervous
    for my tommorrow competion please comment me BLESS YOU then i will feel that i got first price please subscribe to my channel

  28. which song is this 04:16 ???? used when drawing?….thnx
    Loved the painting, keep up the good work!!!๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜โคโคโค

  29. Gond paintings in olden days done by natural colours . Do you use such colours ? Or make such colours ? Plz do share. Thanks.

  30. Hi mam…
    I have few doubts..
    painting with acrylic color on a paper doesnt spoil the paper?

    Can we go for framing after the painting is complete?

  31. Beautiful. Do you have thanjavore style painting videos. I'm watching ur videos and making myself practice. Thank you.

  32. Beautiful, can u tell difference between Madhubani and gond. I don't see much difference apart from dot , dash and no double line

  33. Hello ma'am! ur works are so simple and exceptionally beautiful… ur tutorials are very easy to learn and create. I also lovs the way u do all the things yourself be it painting or drilling or anything else. I am not a trained artist but i love to do these sort of work. I want to learn more of the indian folk art and would love if you give more. tutorials on it.

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