Thursday, June 19, 2014

Portrait drawing and Lindys Mists

Lindys June Color Challenge


Today I am sharing a portrait drawing on watercolor paper with graphite, acrylics and Lindys Stamp Gang mists!

The colors I used for my background work are:

 This piece is part of a workshop I am taking with LifeBook. I can't take credit for the concept as it's the lesson but I LOVE it so much I am going to do more with my own spin now. 


I had an absolute blast playing with color, mists and stencils. The lesson had some of those lines drawn in the hair and I loved how it looked when the instructor did it- but not so much with mine. Next time I will do something different.

I am way behind on my Lifebook Lessons too. :( No time with kids!
I don't know how all these fabulous designers have time to create such A+ projects when they have kids. I need some tips. :)

The face was drawn and I used some acrylics for the skin tone. The highlighting was created with Lindys Mists and a touch Caran D'Ache watersoluble crayons for the lips.


Layering of mists and stencils here. A touch of graphic line drawings which I didn't like here. I smudged it a bit with water to blend as I just wasn't into the look!

Thanks a TON for stopping by! I always appreciate the looksee and your kind comments!

5 comments:

Lizzy Wurmann G. said...

Magnificent job, I LOVE this drawing Lisa!!

Lizzy Wurmann G. said...

Magnificent piece Lisa!!

Maremi's Small Art said...

Stunning piece of art. Thank you so much for taking part in our challenge at Lindy's Stamp Gang, Love Marta xx

LISA said...

Absolutely stunning!!! Thanks for joining us this month!! I am simply in love with this piece!!!

Cindy B said...

I love this piece too. I'm taking the Lifebook also and am loving it. I have been very successful with spray inks before but this didn't want to cooperate with me and it was a challenge to get through. My spray ink mojo left me, I guess. Yours is beautiful.

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