Wednesday, September 15, 2010

A "Daisy Doodle Portrait" in the making!!


This "Daisy Doodle Portrait" is of my nieces Toby, Chole & Izzy B. I hope to finish this piece tomorrow. I decided to focus on just a handful of patterns to make the three of them in this portrait flow. I'm happy with it so far. Stay tuned I will post the fished piece tomorrow(O:

9 comments:

  1. this looks like it's going to be spectacular.....just like all of your other finished pieces!! :))

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  2. Looks great! Wanted you to know I had a friend over tonight and she saw the postcards I got and absolutely loved them. She stole your business card from me too so it was a good thing you sent two.

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  3. You work so fast! I'm jealous of that.

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  4. Yes, you do work fast, but I can understand why--once you get lost in it, you can't stop. I think that's why these are always so incredible.

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  5. Rebecca, Your ART just fascinates me!!! I love how you get the outline, then do realistic eyes, then your shadow lines across the face....it all just fascinates me! I'd love to hear you talk about how you break down a picture to draw or paint....what steps you go thru.....maybe someday when you have time! Keep on Keepin' On!!

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  6. These portraits are fascinating, Rebecca! So unique and wonderful. Can't wait to see the finished version. Hugs, Terri xoxo

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  7. This is the coolest thing. I have tried to do the detail but I get lost- I'm not geometric or symmetrical - i'm odd. But you are a genius at this stuff!

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