Show your Face

Hi everyone, it's been a while since I've had time to create a face but last night I had a ball. I arrived home with nothing to do except order the takeaway. So I took my self the craft room and had a play. I will link this to Kim Dellows show your face

 

I quickly sketched her with my Stabilo All in black. I activated the pencil to create shadows. I quite liked her at this stage. She has a defiant look about her which I wanted to retain. I was careful not to overwork her as I didn't want to lose the harshness.

 

 
I added some more pencil and then red Bister around the edge and on her lips and thought that was enough. Here are some close ups.

 

 

I really enjoyed playing and hope to get some more time this weekend. You all take care, hugs Debs xxxx

 

Deborah Wainwright
Deborah Wainwright

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4 comments:

  1. Very nice...amazing how the original sketch transforms once the shadows and colour are added!! She goes from skeptical to amused...really fun to see!!

    Hugs Giggles

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  2. Oooh love it better now that you've added some colours xx

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  3. She is perfect! She reminds me a bit of the actress, Kathy Tyson who was in 'Mona Lisa' with Bob Hoskins. I love how strong, beautiful and defiant she is! xx

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  4. Great shading to create wonderful drama around this face - she's really powerful, and I love that you kept it simple to let her strength and beauty shine through.
    Alison xx

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Hugs Debs xxx

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