Thursday, August 26, 2010

"Frida Kahlo" finished!



Here she is in the first page of my HUGE new moleskin journal "Frida Kahlo" complete!

20 comments:

  1. Bravo! She turned out truly amazing. How large is your new moleskin journal? I've not seen any really large ones.

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  2. Kompliment, it is really finished and absolutly perfect. Vibrant colors and so many different patterns apposite to Frieda and her life and art work.
    Hugs Anja

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  3. If there's a Frida Contest, I'm going to vote for this one !!! Just Beautiful & SO Rebecca's ART !!!

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  4. Hi Rebecca,
    Your first page in your moleskin book looks fabulous! Well done on a very colourful, creative Frida!
    Hugs,
    Anna

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  5. **Clapping wildly!** THIS, Rebecca, you know how I adore your work, but this is one of your very BEST efforts ever! OMG! Your Frida is magnificent! Standing "o" for sure!!!! Hugs, Terri xoxo

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  6. You've set an incredible precedence in your new art journal! I have no doubt you are up to the challenge.

    Blessings,
    Terri

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  7. OOOOOOOOOH...I love this. Hope you make something out of her for sale on etsy. Let me know. This is incredible.

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  8. Your work amazes me. This is absolutely fantastic!

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  9. Such intricate work, It's amazing! You are so talented!

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  10. Oh just gorgeous. The details are amazing. May I ask how big is this? This is incredible, Rebecca!!
    xo
    heather

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  11. What did you use? Pens, pencils, paints, I love how bright everything is!!! How long did it take you?

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  12. I always have to click closer and see your AMAZING detail work, Rebecca!! This SO ROCKS!!

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  13. a powerful interpretation of a complicated and complex woman---the details are perfect, all the bits and dichotomies that made her who she was---well done!

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  14. THis is simply incredible. I wish I had better words- but all I can think is "incredible!!!"

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  15. It's fantastic! You really blow me away with all your beautiful artwork!

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  16. Do you know who took this picture?

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