Radiant face Tam inspired

Evening everyone, this face is my take on lesson two which is inspired by the lovely Tamara Laporte

I started with my background which is different to Tam's but I am still playing with the Media Line paints. I first brayered several colours onto a piece of hot pressed smooth water colour paper from Langton 


I continued to build layers



Then outlined my face 


I completed the face with prismacolor pencils, Neo ll crayons and stabilo all 


Thank you for your visit and see you soon 

Debsxxx 


Deborah Wainwright
Deborah Wainwright

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13 comments:

  1. ohh she's lovely, fabulous background too. Looks like you are having enormous fun. x

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  2. Thank Darcy that means a lot and yes enjoying myself very much xx

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  3. Oh WOW Debs, she is so beautiful, you always do great eyes full of depth and emotion. Thank you for showing how you did this & for mentioning the pencils/crayons you used.

    More please! :-) xxx

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  4. Love her Debs, she's great - and so is the background.

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  5. Wow, amazing! Brilliant how you integrated the face into the background, it looks fantastic!

    Thanks for your help with the pencil! It's on order :)

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    1. Arh thank you Astrid, and your welcome x

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  6. Fabulous background layering and lovely face xx

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  7. Each frame is a work of art in its own right Deborah. What an amazing collection you have. You should be very proud. Making me want to have a go too.

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  8. Wanted to add that the colors in the background are epic, like a sunset! Xx

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Thank you for taking the time to read and comment on my blog. Your comments are appreciated.

Hugs Debs xxx

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