Friday, February 26, 2016

29 Faces 
February 20

and Paint Party Friday

One more face for February.
I'm pretty bad at math, but I can see
I have 9 more faces to do in 3 more days.
And that would be 3 a day or some combination thereof.
(Thankful it's Leap Year)
I WILL do it, because I've come this far.
It helps that I love to paint faces.
I decided to do this one on a book page.
This is very old paper from a book of
Shakespeare plays (Merry Wives of Windsor).
So fragile, I doubt if it will last long . . .
It's done in gouache; I'm surprised it held up to the water.
But it did!

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  1. I love your beautiful face painting. The color combo is charming.
    Happy PPF ♥

  2. Such a beautiful painting! I love her eyes.

  3. that painting is quite wonderful... love the colour choice in the background... it makes everything pop

  4. Thank you all! Your comments mean a lot to me!

  5. That's exactly what I do too, use old book pages to paint on. The really old ones are the best because of the quality of the paper. Great face.

  6. So so beautiful! Happy PPF and have a lovely weekend! :)

  7. Lovely face. I am happy that I actually kept up with 29 faces and created every day. That is huge for me. LOL Have a very nice weekend. I signed up for your newsletter.

  8. Oh so the book page background!

    Hugs Giggles

  9. That is a nice face painting on a piece of book paper!! I'm glad to see all the faces on Paint Party. I've just joined so it will take a bit to get in the groove of what all is happening. I hope to see more of your work soon! Julene from Oregon


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