18.09.2015

yüz/ face


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  1. Strong lines in your sketch. She looks a bit sad in the eyes.

    YanıtlaSil
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    1. I wish i could draw more this month to do the 29 faces challenge. Unfortunately this is the only one i could do.

      Sil
  2. Nice face. Are you going to add any color to it? It is strong enough to stand on its own.

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    1. I think this one will stay as it is Erika. I have only drawn sketches of faces but one day i want to try painting.

      Sil
  3. very striking features in blue!

    YanıtlaSil
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    1. Thank you Linda. It was inspired by a tv character.

      Sil
  4. Very interesting how you have done it on a text page. She looks very determined!

    YanıtlaSil
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    1. I am working in an old book and did not cover the texts at all. I have less fear of the blank page this way. I chose to do the sketch in pen, i know i have a lot of mistakes but i wanted to keep them instead of erasing :)

      Sil
  5. First I need to tell you how much I thoroughly enjoyed perusing your site. I really love your printmaking and your smaller pouches are just beautiful. I keep saying I want to learn how to sew my own- sewing has always been a challenge for me- I just wish I knew someone to help me step by step- although it looks pretty easy(the pouch) I just haven't braved it yet. I love the purple one. I love that you did these drawings on book pages. I do that a lot as well. Your work is very organic, unique. I am glad I found you here.

    YanıtlaSil
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    1. Hello Jo, welcome to my little blog. My printmaking adventure is still going on. Would you like to join me? I am a newbie and i am just going through trial and error. Back in 2013 i decided to learn how to sew, bought myself a sewing machine (for 30 dollars from the internet) as a birthday present and started my experiments on my own. I thought to myself in the worst case i would break the needle or damage the machine but it was worth trying. Sewing pouches are easy, they are rectangles after all, at least mine are like that :) As for sewing garments well i am still struggling. But it is fun. I saw that you are a mixed media artist, why not try painting fabric and sewing it by hand? If you like it you may pass to the machine.

      Sil
  6. Very nice face. Well done
    Nicole/Beadwright

    YanıtlaSil
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    1. Thank you Nicole.I want to do more practice.

      Sil
  7. I really like the style of this face. The structures are showing through but it is still expressive... Really lovely

    YanıtlaSil
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    1. Thank you Tracey. This was my first try after many years. I guess it turned up better than i thought. And this gives me excitement to try more :)

      Sil
  8. hi Libby! I love how experimental you are on your blog... you try everything! Nice portrait here... this girl looks very determined to me. :) xx

    YanıtlaSil
  9. Lovely face...I agree with other comments made. She looks strong and determined! fantastic work in pen!

    YanıtlaSil
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    1. Thank you Beth :) I loved your illustrations.

      Sil

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