Day 8 for #the100dayproject is a quick pencil sketch. I’ve wanted to practice making smaller faces, and since I was short on time today, it seemed like the perfect time to do so.
Today’s #the100dayproject face is an Easter-themed pencil sketch.
Today’s #the100dayproject face was created using graphite, Posca pens, acrylics, and Tombow dual brush pens.
Today’s #The100DayProject face was inspired by Katrina Koltes “Be Brave” lesson.
I used Derwent water soluble graphite pencils, white and black acrylic paint, and magenta watercolor.
Day 2 of #the100dayproject was inspired by this video on shading with Tombow dual brush pens by artist Karen Campbell. I started with a pencil sketch and then added several layers of Tombow brush pens activating them with water then letting them dry before adding the next layer. Then I added a few details with a black Faber-Castell PITT artist pen.
I have decided to try to complete 100 faces in 100 days again. I didn’t finish my attempt last year, so I’m going to try again this year following along with #The100DayProject to see if that will help boost my motivation.
Day one was inspired by Effy Wild’s Moonshine 2020 Full Alder Moon in Libra lesson. This art journal spread was created with Golden fluid acrylics in magenta and turquoise as well as Posca pens in gold, white, and black.
Day 45/100 Faces – I decided to redraw yesterday’s face. The sketch turned out differently, but it was close enough. Used watercolor and Tombow dual brush pens this time.
Day 44/100 Faces – I added color to this one, but the paper didn’t hold up and neither did the supplies I used. I spent several hours trying to recover her, but it didn’t work out so well. Luckily I took a photo of the pencil sketch. I may try this same face again tomorrow to see if I can do better.
Today I continued my profile practice and used Tombow dual brush pens and Spectrum Noir alcohol markers.