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    « GPP Crusade No. 39: Pulling Prints | Main | Announcing | Urban Layer Cake Part #2 »
    Sunday
    Jul102011

    36 Indexed Faces

    3x5" index card #39, pitt pen

    More drawing practice. These are really tiny on the index card. Here's the 94 Faces I did for drawing practice in the 5x8" moleskine - which seems huge in comparison. Just have to keep working at it so that the little faces start to flow more smoothly. The way I do these cards is as fast as possible so I don't overthink any of the faces. Some are drawn upside down.

    Loving the lettering in these shops: ecdesign & illustration {blog} and artsyville {blog}.

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    Reader Comments (3)

    This is incredibly cool - times 36!!
    I love this card!

    07.10.2011 | Unregistered CommenterTJ

    thanks for visiting my blog and hosting this :)

    LOVING it :)

    I like how we dont have to all be wonderful artists
    I LOVE creating
    however I would pretend to be a great artist
    I do love the process
    and when I went to uni as a mature student at 35 years of age I had a great art teacher who told me there was no such thing as a bad artist I think for her it was all about the process too
    I did an early childhood bachelor of teaching art was just a part of what I did

    07.10.2011 | Unregistered CommenterJen

    love this!

    07.10.2011 | Unregistered Commenteringrid

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