Tuesday, 1 May 2012

29 Faces Day 1

Day One... 29 Faces in May.




Neocolor II's..white acrylic...prisma pencils.

Inspiration/original image from random glossy magazine.

23 comments:

  1. Love it, I am now your newest fan I think. Suzanne

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  2. Wow that's brilliant! And I want her hair!

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  3. Wow, this is amazing, so realistic and quirky. Can't wait to see more.

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  4. Stunning, just like its's creator ! I am loving the shades within the hair and the eyes are very intense, beautifully done hon xxx

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  5. I love your pink haired beauty. Her eyes are really super. (I love 'em green)

    I can see why she took you a while to do ... I mean Whole E Mole E just look at all that HAIR !

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  6. OMG Darcy what a great start to the 29 Faces challenge!?Self Portrait??

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    1. Thanks. No its not me, just a random girl from a magazine.

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  7. She is beautiful, the eyes are so alive.

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  8. Oh another great face!!! My lady has pink hair today too :0)

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  9. This is terrific! Such a realistic face, you know you've seen her somewhere before!

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  10. Oh my, that is a brilliant face - she has such an intense stare with those beautiful green eyes!

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  11. Wow Darcy...don't think I've ever seen you do a portrait...she is glorious!!! :D XXX

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  12. Fantastic and so wonderful to see more of your art! She is perfect x

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  13. YOu really achieved luminosity. This is wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

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  14. I really dig her inquisitive expression.

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  15. absolutely gorgeous~ such a wonderful expression on her face.

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  16. Brilliant painting, very expressive specially the look and the red hairs.
    Hugs Anja from germany

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  17. Wow, makes me a beginner ashamed of my portraits. This is incredible.
    Lesley

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  18. Really beautiful. I like using Neocolor II and acrylic, too.

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