Saturday, March 19, 2011

More Back-logged Artwork

Goodness! I just now realized that I am WAY behind in the posting of my 100 Faces series! SIGH. Oh   biggie! Here's a bunch in one post. Let me know who you like and who creeps you out! I know I have a few more that I need to scan and share so stay tuned for more!

32/100 - While not my usual style this was fun to do. And it reminds me that I need to pull out my Japanese motif book I bought a few weeks ago and practice!


31/100 This is from a facial tutorial I was following.

29 & 30/100 Even though I'm not happy with how the little girl's ear and facial features turned out I am REALLY happy with the kids' hands on the glass window!

28/100 Found this photo in HanaHou magazine on the flight home and began working on it during the was too bumpy to finish then.

27/100 While I like to keep this a politically free zone I was intrigued by a photo of our Governor and kept thinking what an interesting face he has (for drawing anyway.)
27/100 HI Gov N. Abercrombie

26/100 Ojisan at Kona Airport - This guy was sitting a few rows away from me at the Kona airport. The funny part was this lady sitting directly across from me (and that I was ignoring totally) must have been bothered by my glancing up and down to sketch because she eventually leaned over into my viewpoint to make eye contact with me! It made me laugh out loud! She gestured wanting to see the sketch and gave me a thumbs up!
26/100 (Kona AIrport)

24&25/100 "Uncle" and "Facial Features Practice" - I was trying to capture my husband's uncle before he dozed off to sleep. I don't sketch faces very quickly so it was a challenge.

19-23/100 "Da Keiki at Aunty's House"

17& 18 "Twins"

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