Sunday, November 28, 2010

I painted her...


 I really enjoyed painting her with a layer of Caran d' ache then layers of acrylic. I also love using the stabilo black pencil for the eyes and eye lashes because you can smudge it a bit so they don't look quite so cartoonish.
I like to name all my girls but sometimes I forget.
 Her name is Penelope.

15 comments:

Diane said...

I like what you like--I've had the stabilo pencil for a while, but just now have really used it. I like that it will write over anything, and the Caran d'ache crayons! I love them--I seem to use them on faces all the time now.
P.S. I like Penelope!! :)

Terri said...

I love her and her name!

Mary said...

Penelope is beautiful!!

Have a wonderful day - first Sunday in Advent. It's hard to believe the Christmas season is here again - so very soon!!

Bevie said...

I love how your Penelope looks painted...especially her darling freckles..Blessings to you this first Sunday of Advent...how awesome it is that it's just as exciting as when I first believed!!! Blessings!!!

Patti said...

So sweet and innocent looking
Love her name too :)

Createology said...

Penelope's freckles are refreshing. I also love her hair and butterfly.

Nelly said...

She is really a beauty. I love her freckles, such a sweet detail. The colors are so vibrant too.

Bren said...

She is so sweet, love her dusting of freckles. Beautifully done as always.

Patti G. said...

Martha,
Penelope is like a breath of sunshine!!!!!!!!!!
Love her!
Hugs,Patti

Odd Chick said...

This is beautiful, bright and adorable and breath of fresh air! thanks for sharing her!

LuckyDog said...

She's *beautiful*!!

peggy aplSEEDS said...

ok, i've got those trademarks listed for the next time i'm going shopping for art materials! lovely painting!

Gifts of Creation said...

very lovely girl!

Jennifer DeDonato said...

Those colors are bright and beautiful

Beedeebabee said...

Penelope is just darling! She looks like a Penelope...I love that name. Such a sweetie! xo Paulette :)

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