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29 faces in 30 days, september 2013

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Since I love drawing and painting faces, I thought, I’d join the 29 Faces in 30 days challenge for september 2013.

29 faces
Now I saw this only yesterday, so I have some catching up to do with faces. That’s why I’ll post two faces today. Three if you also count the ghost like face in the background =)
Here are some close-ups from both faces.

This would be my face number 1, a sketch from a magazine picture I thought looked cool.

And face number 2, painted on a collaged background in acrylic paints, water soluble wax crayons and inda ink.

This was drawn by using rough guidelines for drawing faces.

Use an oval etc, so no example.

And yes that is a bird sitting on her eye… it was in the collaged background and I wanted to keep it.

I sure hope I can keep it up, because it’s so much fun to draw faces.
If you like drawing faces go check out the 29faces blog, there is still time to join the fun.

Author: Monique

IT engineer, Artisan, Artist and Designer. Mother of 2 kids and 4 cats.

12 thoughts on “29 faces in 30 days, september 2013

  1. Oh, I just love these faces! There's so much energy and expression in them ~ and great mood, too!

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  2. Beautiful work – have fun with the challenge! Valerie

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  3. I love your faces they are so full of expression.

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  4. Love these faces! Wonderful work.

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  5. Very interesting and artistic work. I like to see more, so I come back…

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  6. There's a lot of energy going on in these faces. Great work. Thanks.
    gloria

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  7. i like both of these faces. i looked and looked but did not see the ghost face though 🙂

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  8. i like both of these faces. i looked and looked but did not see the ghost face though 🙂

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  9. So happy you have joined the party!1 I love your faces and their energy!!

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  10. Exciting faces. I especially like the mouth on the girl with green hair.

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  11. I've got very behind – but it's so exciting catching up with your amazing art… even going backwards!
    Alison x

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