I do like drawing faces and feel that, since our tuition from Clare, my technique has improved.
I followed her instructions and was inspired by the flowers in my garden.
I also used the colours as my inspiration. I used Yellow Submarine and Chocolate pudding for my flower hat and a mixture of Toad Hall and Limelight for my background.
The sentiment was stamped using Archival Leaf Green. Her wings are skeleton leaves folded in half.
I loved doing this…thanks Clare.
Here is Becky….
And then the sun came out to greet her!
This is fantastic Hazel, I hope to see more of Becky.ReplyDelete
She beautiful Hazel looks like she just enjoying the sun on her face xxReplyDelete
hazel she is fabulous. I love rudbeckia's too! xReplyDelete
She is gorgeous!ReplyDelete
ohhhhhhhh Hazel, I love her, I adore drawing girls with flowers. I did a poppy girl years ago that is still one of my faves.ReplyDelete
WOW Hazel, Becky is beautiful & so happy surrounded by her flower cousins The Rudbeckias. You are a very talented Lady, love your style.ReplyDelete
My faces are very bad but i have some items to watch and follow which might help, hoping to get there eventually.
Fantastic Tag:-) xxx
Ohhh! What a exciting work Hazel!! She is very beautiful and looks happy, I love it. xxReplyDelete
Fine pics and beautiful your summer garden xxReplyDelete
She is brilliant Hazel, and I love the photo amongst the rudbeckias sets her off beautifully. XReplyDelete
Hi Hazel, she's lovely - I like her rosy cheeks too! Claire xReplyDelete
She's gorgeous. Love the wings and the flower hatReplyDelete
Oooh wow Hazel, she looks fabulous, love the hat and her wings xxReplyDelete
She's stunning Hazel! I love her pretty hat! xxxReplyDelete