Wednesday, July 9, 2014

My Blog Hop, the second week.


A new Blog Hop is here and now the theme is face..
I have been doing a lot of faces, all kind of faces so I thought it would be easy to make one for this blog hop.. but Im totally not happy with my face today, maybe I was in to much hurry as I was traveling this weekend.
But this is what you get this time, will try to make my next face nicer.



I know you love to see the process so I had my Ipad with me and tried to take a photo here and there so you could follow me.
I did start with the help lines.


So far I loved my drawing, the face looked so nice and I loved her long neck..
so easy to make a face if you have the helplines :)


I did start painting with Neocolors and at this step still love my painting, wish I had stopped there but I did continue..




Now I have added some Acryl paint and collage paper and now I think she has started looking bad. I did have to remove the collage paper as I did not let it dry and made a hole in it.. I always find it hard to wait while my paintings are drying.


I wanted to make a Mandala for the background but it was not so easy should have started with the Mandala. Here I have removed the collage paper.



At this point I just wanted to finish my painting so I did add some lines and a little doodle here and there..


Her she is, my face for this Blog Hop. 
I don´t ask for much but I hope that you like to see the process.

As last time there is a list of my fellow Blog Hoppers, please visit their blog and leave a comment for  a change to win a giveaway but don´t forget to leave a comment for me and you might be the lucky winner and get something nice from me :)

Have a great week

Namaste

Here is the list.. Guada started yesterday and now it is my turn.

36 comments:

  1. I know you're not happy with her, but I really like her. I love her dreamy expression and your color choices! Thank you for sharing her with us, and for this fun blog hop!

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  2. You did a great job. I like the final result. So glad to see you being part of this blog hop.

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  3. Cheer up Sigga she´s so sweet!! I lover her, and I know how hard it can be to wait until things are dried.
    Thanks for sharing your step by step, adding a mandala was a great idea my friend! maybe now that you´ve done one you can do another one with a Mandala so you can really enjoy the process ;)
    Big hugs from the South <3

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    1. Thank you Guada, you know more I look at my painting more I like it, think I was very tired making it just coming home from Sverige. Im going to make another one with a Mandala but then Ill start making the mandala :)

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  4. Sigma, she is lovely! What I love most is that you show other artists, new and experienced, that it is okay to go with the flow, make changes and stick with it! What a gift! Art is not about "perfect" right! It is about Soul and that is what you showed us! <3

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  5. PS...sorry about the auto correct if your name Sigga xo

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  6. I wish my face paintings were even has as good as yours! I love the turquoise mandala behind her head. It looks like a halo! Thanks for showing your process even if you were not happy with it.

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  7. AHHH She is absolutely beautiful! I love it!

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  8. She is really lovely SIgga! Good job.

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  9. It takes a good artist to correct something and if you would not have told us we would have never known! I do not like the pokodots on her! I am glad you changed it! Jackie QH

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    1. Thank you Jackie, glad you like her :)

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  10. I loved her! She has an oriental feel to her. Love the colors, she's beautiful!

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    1. Thank you Ruth, love to hear that you find her oriental :I

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  11. Of course I like the process. And even if I liked her better with the long neck, she turned out beautiful and peaceful. I love her. You did a great job Sigga.

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    1. Thank you Val, I loved her with her long neck :)

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  12. really good blogs here are .. nd with one step into the net finding lots souls like me .. so there is no I and more a WE .. thanks

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  13. This is beautiful Sigga...and I loved to see the process...Will I be included in the giveaway too!!! :)

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    1. Thank you Deepa, of cours you will :-)

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  14. This is beautiful Sigga...and I loved to see the process...Will I be included in the giveaway too!!! :)

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  15. I know you're not happy with her but I think she's gorgeous and I really see your wonderful style too!! Beautiful colors!

    Hugs Giggles

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  16. I think you did great! Love seeing how she progressed ...

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  17. I think she's a beauty! I'm glad she got to keep her hair bows.

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  18. It is pretty Sigga. Love the process. It turned out pretty.

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  19. I really like her face. Thank you for sharing your process.

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