Wednesday, February 4, 2015

face #4

Despite the way my one-liner turned out, this fellow was quite a looker! I guess I have a thing for wonky eyes!!

I decided to use a thicker pen width so the lines would show up better against the bold backgrounds. I think it helped.

It’s not too late to join the fun … 29 Faces challenge.

To give credit … I’m using this book for photo references. I found mine at a used bookstore for a buck. Worth every penny!

Oh, and I finally got my inchies for January scanned. Instead of drawing them calendar-style like I did last year, I decided to pick a theme each month. January was Patterns! Some are made up, some were from items on my desk or patterns on furniture…whatever was close by.


  1. Number 3 is very beautiful, romantic lady and number 4 is fond of her, but he is a little shy, he don't know how to go closer her.
    Great line work!

  2. Expressive drawing, all in place, and very well done.

  3. That looks like such an excellent reference book! And funny enough, I didn't even really notice the eyes were wonky until I read what you wrote. It works! He seems like a fine, dapper, old-fashioned gent. (No surprise I guess, given the source!)

  4. oh, i LOVE your faces!! Beautiful art here. Glad i found you via 29 FACES! xx

  5. I'm loving your one line faces so beautiful ! Great inches too! Hugs Giggles

  6. Despite being an avid old movie fan I had to look him up! Love your patterns.

  7. Your ideas are really so inspiring! The faces look great! And I also love all your backgrounds! Inspired by you I recently tried my first one-liner on my notebook in the office while attending a meeting. It's really funny.

  8. P.S. And of course do I love the pattern inchies too! Also such a great idea!


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