Sunday, November 1, 2009

Blind Contour -Week 3


And because I can never do just one.....more practice on faces.

The same face...8 interpretations.

Check out more blind contour drawing on Diahn's blog, Ottwork.

21 comments:

  1. Spectacular! I love the shell - but those faces rock! Wonderful!!

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  2. Stevie, you are so amazing. Perfect seashell and I feel like I am being stared at by all those faces. How in the world do you do it. Each time you post these blind contours, I try to draw something and my efforts are so hysterical. I am a total failure...at blind contours, anyway.

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  3. Ahhh yes, the crooked eyes. I am very familiar with them. I like the way your faces turn out. Interesting practice.

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  4. Stephanie, What are you talking about? Your contour drawings are great! I love that shell and your face interpretations are wonderful. So expressive!

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  5. These are fantastic stevie!...Love the faces!

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  6. Faces are not easy to draw for an amature. I have been trying to draw faces using help from a drawing website. I'm not so good yet... - Dave

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  7. I really have to try this out. You do such a great job, honestly, I could not draw this with my eyes open.;)
    xo

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  8. faces are fantastic. whew i couldn't do that.

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  9. I love it! Very creative, as always!
    xoxo

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  10. Its a fun and addicting thing to draw like that ...

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  11. Steviewren, can you do one of these so I can put it on my Facebook profile? I think that would be so cool!

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  12. Did I miss the new header my last visit? I just LOVE it!
    ABSOLUTELY perfect!

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  13. These faces seem very concerned. What don't we see? Love the little yellow birdie on your sidebar. I have had a lot of dental work done this year, I can feel your pain! However, my dentist is great and pain is minimal! How is it going with the Diet COke?
    denise

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  14. These faces are excellent. Keep it up. Are you doing the "Drawing from the Right side of the Brain" book perhaps?

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  15. Oh my, Steph I do really like learning to draw with the sense of touch -i appreciate this free online practice from you:)

    1 second, let me confirm.. you draw what you see without looking down at the paper, maybe no lifting your pen, am I right?

    Hope you had a happy Halloween:)

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  16. Oh wow -- the seashell is fantastic! What a great subject for a blind contour drawing!

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