Friday, May 1, 2015

100 Painted Faces - #1

I've decided to take on the 100 faces challenge.  It's late in the year so I might not be done by December but that's my goal.


I would like to name her...what do you think of Camilla?  This name means born-free.  I'm really feeling that it suits her.


I took progress shots along the way.


For some reason the flower wasn't doin' it for me so I covered it.



I've already started on my next face along with all the other projects I'm working on.

*Coming Soon* My first online class!

It's not quite finished yet so follow me on Etsy for updates.  


Have a wonderful weekend.

21 comments :

  1. I love your face Danielle. It's wonderful. I enjoyed the steps as well. Sounds like fun. Enjoy yourself.

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  2. Gorgeous. Just GORGEOUS! Yes to Camilla.

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  3. C'est une très belle peinture et j'aime beaucoup votre style!
    Flo
    http://lartenciel.blogspot.fr/

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  4. I love this! It's always interesting to see the progress of a painting...

    This painting just has so much life and movement to it--wonderful!

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    1. Thank you I switched back and forth from smaller to larger brushes and that helped create the movement you see!

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  5. Oh my! She's Gorgeous! Wonderful work!

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  6. Gorgeous work....really wonderful love the name too!

    Hugs Giggles

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  7. Beautiful Danielle! Your really good. I wanted to thank you for stopping by and linking up with my NO RULES Weekend Blog Party :) Have a great week :)

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  8. WOW Danielle, your face art is wonderful. I've just started a weekly community linky for people who like to draw or paint faces and I was wondering if you would like to link up your face. If you have the time and fancy it then go to this blog post Art it Friday - Show Your Face. It would be great to see your work there. Thanks Kimx

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    1. I will def be linking up when I have a face to share! Thanks for the invite!

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  9. This is such a beautiful portrait, Danielle. Thank you for the step by steps on how you created her. xx

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    1. I'm glad you like it! Thank you for stopping by!

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  10. OMGoodness how amazing is your face, you have made her look so tactile and luscious, beautiful work :-) xxx

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  11. oh she is lovely; thanks for sharing

    have a nice PPF

    much love...

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