June 17, 2012


I’ve done about as much as I can with my skill level.  I can see that the right girl’s chin area was “over-colorized”….I’ve made it muddy.  But by the time I got to the left girl, it’s not so muddy.  That’s progress!  Haha

The difference between this picture and the first one is I’ve gone in with my markers and straightened my edges.  I also, used markers in the polka-dots.  Just looks better that way. 

If I was giving this away…I would work on those hands more.  But for now…for me….they’re ok…enough.


Looking at these together [like this] is a bit embarrassing.  But then again….how else will I learn?

Thanks for baring with me thru all.this.learning!


Susan said...

You shouldn't be embarassed, you should be proud. There are many of us out here that are so impressed with your use of color, the body physique...keep going and BE PROUD. You have a wonderful gift.

JP said...

I agree with Susan's remarks above. You are a very lucky and gifted person. Your art is amazing.

Eden said...

Susan and JP! Wow!! You guys can sure make a girl feel good!! Thank you so much!

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