Thursday, May 7, 2009

Faces In My Mind

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Drawing faces from memory would
improve with practice I would imagine.
At any rate, I see what I saw in these
people and would never say
who is who to listen to the "no ways" from
people, who have their own ideas.
I will add that in the previous journal
page with the colored pencils in
the bowl---what I found that I had
lost was a tube of Raspberry
Lemonade Blast Blistex lip balm..
yummy!

8 comments:

Owen said...

That's quite a challenge, to draw faces from memory.

Sandy said...

I have such trouble with faces I certainly could not draw from memory - but what a great idea, to cluster them all and remember - - and the layout, envelope torn paper is simply fabulous.

Sandy said...

I have such trouble with faces I certainly could not draw from memory - but what a great idea, to cluster them all and remember - - and the layout, envelope torn paper is simply fabulous.

Alex said...

It's indeed a tough one, but again it didn't seem to trouble you :)
You have such an interesting way of putting your ideas together, and in a magical way, they always make me smile and happy. This one makes me smile BIG :) Thanks Winna!

Ann said...

I'd say it's a challenge to draw faces from memory! You draw remarkably well and this page is a delight :)

nanke's stuff said...

I've never thought about drawing people from memory, but I like the idea. I'm going to give it a try today! I really enjoy reading your blog and your art is wonderful. nancy

Sandy said...

Hi Winna, you asked about my eraser on my pencil (EDM challenge) It is a regular pencil eraser topper - it works flawlessly in my handbook journals. I know they do not work well on other papers.

Anonymous said...

thanks, Sandy---it's the type of paper I'll bet winna