September 17, 2012

Portrait Pose…recognizable



I expanded the mouth…a hair wee bit.  And I tried to imply strands in the hair.  All different colors, all different shapes.



I am not comfortable with hair.  I feel clumsy replicating it.



Pulled out my exacto knife to create hair strands in the colored pencil wax.  Kinda cool effect.



Well…she’s not quite finished.  She’s still very model-ish looking.  And….I still need to work the hair in her part and her crown.  The hand passes, but could use a little more work as well.

And ….most likely…knowing me….To finish it up….I’ll pull out my extra-fine microns to clean up those edges!!  Haha

3 comments:

Susan said...

It is just amazing the texture you have created here in her dress and in her hair. Beautiful work.

jinxxxygirl said...

I LOVE the wispy feel of the hair and all the different colors you used. Gorgeous! Can't wait to see it when it has your 'Finished' stamp of approval! Hugs! deb

Eden said...

Thanks so much for your kind comments and support Susan and Deb! I would really like to be done with this already!! Haha

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