Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Butterfly Face Video

Still working on faces.  I remembered to turn the camera on for this one.

I love, love, love the Prismacolor pencils.  They are the wonderful for making a colorful, whimsical face.

Allright, I'm going to tell the truth......the flowers and butterflies were an after-thought.  The forehead was way too large....no worries....I covered them with flowers and butterflies!  Which reminds me of something that I learned a long time ago.  I managed real estate for years and our motto was:  "If you can fix it, fix it, if you can't fix it, replace it, if you can't replace it, paint it, and if you can't paint it, plant flowers around it".  If we want to get deep, we could probably use this in every aspect of our lives.


Prismacolor Pencils - various colors
Ranger Distress Stain - Broken China, Brushed Pewter, Antiqued Bronze, Dusty Concorde (for background and hair)
Liquitex White Gesso
Liquitex Matte Medium
Pigma Micron Black Pen
Montana Paint Pen - White
Tim Holtz Stencil - THS006 (for purple dots in background)
Flowers cut from scrapbook paper
Butterflies from a roll of decorative paper



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  1. GOR GEE OUS!! I love the way you took the butterflies up into her hair. Just beautiful! Yes I belong to Creative Heart Monday and all your Tues-Sun art as well.

    1. Thank you so much SuzieQ!!! The butterflies weren't planned, but once I started adding them I couldn't stop. LOL.