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29 faces check-in #3

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Just a quick post with face #3 for the 29 faces in 30 days, september 2013 challenge.

I first drew the face on some bookpages and then cut her out.

And glued her to a background in my art journal.

I then painted her with acrylic paints and added some details with aquarel pencils. After which I added the final detail with india ink and white gel pen.

She’s very difficult to photograph, because the purple paint is pearlescent.

I like her, but I do feel the page is not finished yet, but just to keep on shedule I’ll post her now and figure out later what else to add to the page.

Thank you for watching and I wish you a lovely day.

Also linking this to:

Author: Monique

IT engineer, Artisan, Artist and Designer. Mother of 2 kids and 4 cats. You can find my traveler's notebooks @ morganlefaestrinkets on Etsy

14 thoughts on “29 faces check-in #3

  1. beautiful painting!
    nagaonkarshilpa.blogspot.in

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  2. What a beautiful face. Bright and nice colours. I love the green!

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  3. Those eyes are soooo expresive!! Reminds me a little of that iconic 1960s green lady, can't remember the name of the artist. fabulous work.

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  4. Maybe You made this quickly, but this is wonderful. I like the eyes and the text. Great work!

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  5. this looks great and I am curious about the finished page at the end!

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  6. wow dat heb je prachtig gedaan, ik ben altijd zo jaloers op mensen die kunnen tekenen/schilderen!
    Groetjes Karin

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  7. i like her ears and the bright colors you selected for your face.

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  8. Prachtig!!!…tot en met het verhaal op de pagina 🙂

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  9. I'm so in awe of this work with the faces… fills me with fear even to think of trying it (I suppose that means I ought to!)… glorious work.
    Alison x

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  10. Beautiful little green girl…love her deep sparkeling eyes ♥ Conny
    http://piaromsartjournaling.blogspot.de

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  11. What a great idea! I think I'm going to have to do some of these too. Now it's just a matter of finding some books that are both significant and disposable.

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  12. green and purple are such striking colors together. wonderful for the magical land.

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  13. I love how you are using book pages for your backgrounds. And wow, you make such beautiful eyes.

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  14. I love how unique your style is…wonderful faces!

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