Monday, February 11, 2013

Faces 11 & 12

2013: 22
(prismacolor pencils)

Remember the process I told you about in my last post?
It works with paintings too!


For today's faces, I printed out copies of an underpainting I created last August...

2013: 23
(prismacolor pencils, watercolors, white gel pen)

And, started playing with the possibilities!


12 comments:

  1. This is quite brilliant, Kristin. LOVE your ideas and glad you share them with us. :)

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  2. Creativity at its best, Kristin! I really like the whitened highlights on this one.

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  3. I remember that lovely girl with specs, so unusual in art. I often print copies of a drawing on light card, but am mystified by your background of newsprint or bookprint collage. Did the pencil work on top of the paper?. Really effective, I love it, and the white webs.
    I'll show this to Dev - he loves his Prismacolour pencils.
    Thanks for such lovely comment on my blog. XX

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  4. Love your work, and how you use the pencils.
    Have you tried Caran D'Ache Supracolor Soft - these have become my favourite pencils now.

    (This comment is by Dev, my hub - he cant post a comment himself as he doesn't have a blog or Google account, but he always admires your work so much. Jez)

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  5. Dear Kristin,
    this face is amazing. The 50´s look and her eye glasses are making a special atmosphere, tone.
    Greetings and hugs
    Erika

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  6. She is great! Made me smile :-) Thank you for sharing!

    Ilona x

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  7. WOW Kristin... your faces are STUNNING.... have loved scrolling through your challenge faces... you draw so beautifully.... amazing work...

    Jenny ♥

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  8. Just caught up on your posts - wonderful! Fun to see so many at once, and thanks for sharing your process, it makes so much sense. Especially when you have such wonderful drawings as you do..

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  9. Your faces are just stunning. Must try your process.

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  10. Beautiful and so inspiring art. Thank you so much for sharing

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  11. I love her :) -and she looks so different in the different colour effects!

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