Radiant faces 7

Hello welcome to my Monday night play. On Radient Faces lesson 7 was with Dina Wakely. I love her open style it's so full of colour and expression. Her girls always have a story to tell. 

I loved doing this but boy did I find it challenging, although it was so enjoyable. I am so glad I signed up for this workshop I think it is one of the best I have done. 

Any way my girl, I pretty much followed Dina's way she demonstrated.

I started with some tissue and painted on some Media line acrylic paint in sky lime and yellow.


 I placed a stencil underneath the tissue and rub an oil pastel over the top. I used to make rubbings in this way as child on trees, lol.


Once this was dry I used a stencil ontop in night 


This was then put to one side to dry. I continued a piece  of white card by adding magenta and yellow, then placed a stencil on top and rubbed some paint away. I allowed this to dry then dribbled some acrylic ink in magenta. As this dried I picked up some of the ink and used it in a face stencil.

Unfortuantly I forgot to take photos so will talk you through it. Once the background was dry using a Stabilo all pencil, I drew my girl. Using the patterned tissues I filled in her top. And here she is




Thank you for looking, take care, and come back soon 

Debsxx




Deborah Wainwright
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6 comments:

  1. WOW Deb, I have no idea what you did, you lost me after you'd put it aside to dry - hehehehe!! But glad you carried on with it, fabulous result and love your end project xxx

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  2. A perfect DW Scribbly Girl, she looks amazing. Enjoyed your description of how you made her. Fabulous!!! :-) xxx

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  3. Oh my, this is stunning! This course really does seem to be inspiring you. You are creating such interesting and vibrant faces. Love them! Julie Ann xxx

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  4. abulous background and I love how the face appears out of it! Brilliant!

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  5. A stunning masterpiece! It's amazing how much progress you have made Deborah. I love looking at your work. You must be so proud! Xx

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  6. Your faces are getting really fabulous Debs and gaining in character everyday.

    Hugs
    Lesley Xx

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