Strong lines in your sketch. She looks a bit sad in the eyes.
I wish i could draw more this month to do the 29 faces challenge. Unfortunately this is the only one i could do.
Nice face. Are you going to add any color to it? It is strong enough to stand on its own.
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.
very striking features in blue!
Thank you Linda. It was inspired by a tv character.
Very interesting how you have done it on a text page. She looks very determined!
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 :)
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.
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.
Very nice face. Well doneNicole/Beadwright
Thank you Nicole.I want to do more practice.
I really like the style of this face. The structures are showing through but it is still expressive... Really lovely
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 :)
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
Thank you Pauline :)
Lovely face...I agree with other comments made. She looks strong and determined! fantastic work in pen!
Thank you very much Dianne :)
How creative you are!
Thank you Beth :) I loved your illustrations.
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