Friday face with Kim Dellow

Hello lovelies and welcome. Here is my face for Art it Friday. I love doing faces to link with Kim's blog on a Friday.
I'm also linking it to paint Party Friday

Girls are a favourite of mine but I can get caught up in all sorts other art and not pay attention which they let me know by nagging away at me until I set them free.

You will see the first one which I've shared because she insisted on being free despite me trying to create a good background. 


She doesn't look too happy lol. 

But this is the one I'm going to share


                      


And here's a little video of some of the process.



I hope you enjoy looking at her. 

See you all soon. Debs xx

Deborah Wainwright
Deborah Wainwright

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    1. Thanks for comment Clare, and for mentioning PPF as only became aware through Kim's site. But now I know I shall try to enter every week x

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  3. Sorry posted comment twice, see u have found paint party Friday challenge. X

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  4. Lovely faces, happy PPF, Valerie

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  5. wonderful face! Thank you for the video as well!
    oxo
    Susi

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  6. Love both - the second looks happier;-) Well painted art.

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  7. Nice video. I like the suggestion of using Photoshop to help create your art. She is lovely! Happy PPF

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    1. Thanks Susan. I think using digital programmes in art is useful especially with this face as it allowed me to see the possibility of what I could do instead of sitting back and saying I wasn't happy with her. Hugs Debs xx

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  8. Wow - she is BEAUTIFUL - loved seeing her up close on the video Debs. Well... I painted my first ever face this week and it's pretty sad... but... I (LITERALLY) made myself "go with it" so the project could be completed. Rather embarrassing but I am listening to all you GREAT face painters that say... I will get better. Heheheh - hope so!!! If I ever painted a face as beautiful as this one Debs - I would be OVER THE MOON beside myself! I especially love the "paint sprinkles" - they make her mysteriously alluring. You are an INCREDIBLY FABULOUS creator of personality!! Xj.

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  9. Wow - she is BEAUTIFUL - loved seeing her up close on the video Debs. Well... I painted my first ever face this week and it's pretty sad... but... I (LITERALLY) made myself "go with it" so the project could be completed. Rather embarrassing but I am listening to all you GREAT face painters that say... I will get better. Heheheh - hope so!!! If I ever painted a face as beautiful as this one Debs - I would be OVER THE MOON beside myself! I especially love the "paint sprinkles" - they make her mysteriously alluring. You are an INCREDIBLY FABULOUS creator of personality!! Xj.

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    1. Joi, thank you for your lovely comment you are very kind. Practice and acceptance of your drawings/paintings I think is the key. I wasted so many years not enjoying art because I was so caught up in not being good enough. Through this wonderful creative community I have learnt that mark making is for me. I love the process and I'm happy to share my process and love that others could be inspired. All faces whether complicated or simple are worthy of sharing. I hope you find the courage to share soon. Hugs Debs xx

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  10. HaH I've had days like your first face.....but thankfully most are like your second pretty face. Love the deep rich colors, and the video was good. Thanks for the tour.

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  11. I like both the faces...you have a great, free style that I wish I could accomplish.

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  12. So cool and the 2nd one is a total stunner <3

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  13. I really love the textures on this girl, Debs, I also like that her face got speckled with the black. It really creates texture even more. Her eyes are beautiful. She has so much soul in her face. She looks really sensuous and dramatic. I can imagine her being alive and having a definite character. xx

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  14. She is really gorgeous...great video. I love how she turned out too!! The colorful girl is lovely as well! Gotta love purple and green together! They definitely have their own expressions!! Good job! Thanks for sharing!

    Hus Giggles

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  15. I love the moody look of your wonderfully expressive girl!

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  16. Love them both Debs...the first looks like she is poking out her tongue, the second is very exotic looking :-) xxx

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  17. I rather like the dark mystery of the first one, but the second is absolutely beautiful - amazing depth and character to her face, and the eyes are so expressive.
    Alison xx

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  18. I'm so impressed with your faces Deb. The eyes are incredible.
    I personally struggle with faces.
    I hope you have a great creative week ;D

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  19. Wonderful Debs, I love that your girls call to you, they are both wonderful and dramatic. Gorgeous work and I'm so glad I could hook you up to PPF :) Thanks for joining in #ShareYourFace and for the wonderful shout out too. Kx

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  20. What beautiful faces! So evocative!

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  21. wow, both are amazing. I especially love the 2nd ones eyebrows and the green about her eyelids... just lovely!

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Hugs Debs xxx

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