Friday, November 18, 2011

Manon's Dolls

  
I told you about Amy's free live video workshop before and last week it was Manon's first workshop. She showed us two different ways to do her adorable little dolls. I don't have markers so I did the first one with acrylics and india ink pens.
The second one is done with chock pastels. It's more smooth and I really enjoyed playing with it but I might have to try it with a bigger face cause it's hard to smudge with fingers. :) 

If you missed the live workshop, Amy recorded them all and you can find them here.(right sidebar)

You can catch another free live workshop tomorrow, saturday 19. November at 9 p.m. UK time. Click the ROOM to get in.

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40 comments:

  1. :)))

    i really Really need to try these dolls with pastels.
    i only did them with markers...

    tomorrow...
    mission: pastels.

    xxa

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  2. They are both gorgeous - however, there is something about the pastels - soft and rich. Their faces -- how can you not fall in love. :o) Donna

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  3. Both dolls I lovely, but the dark colours are very lush! Valerie

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  4. Fun, fun....isn't it?!
    I'm going to try my best to make it tomorrow....bring on more popjes...heehee!

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  5. Wow, so fun! I need to try attending too! Your dolls are so adorable!

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  6. These little girls are so fun! I'm so glad that Manon is sharing them with us. I can never get there live but I always watch the recordings.

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  7. Loving both your cheeky girls, such fun. Happy PPF, Annette x

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  8. Both delicious, with a nice look at one side to the other.

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  9. Beautiful..she is dazzling!
    Victoria

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  10. Love these dolls ~ very creative and colorful! ~ ~ thanks, namaste, Carol ~ Happy PPF ^_^

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  11. These are great Natasha! I never make it to the live class but will be sure to watch the recordings! :)

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  12. Hi Natasha, your girls are just beautiful. Great work. Happy PPF!

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  13. absolutely charming.. they look like sooooo much fun!
    I will go and try my hand at it..
    thank you.. hugs, Darlene

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  14. These both turned out wonderfully!
    I especially love the first one with text! :)

    Happy PPF!!
    Mary
    Mixed-Media Map Art

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  15. gosh these do look a lot like Manon's dolls.

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  16. These workshops are such fun - all painting along together.

    Love how yours came out - because although it's Manon's style - it's still definitely You!

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  17. So adorable! They both came out utterly charming!

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  18. Loving these 'Manon Dolls' I think the first one is my favourite! Sooooo cute!!! I was just looking at your recent Goddesses! Wow!!! Your style really is unique to you such beautiful delicate work! I love how you did the faces!!! Well done! :0)

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  19. they both turned out great but the bottom one is my favourite... I really love the sweet faces on them ... happy ppf xx

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  20. These are so cute! It's great seeing so many different takes on Manon's girls.

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  21. These little girls are so cute! I love their sweet faces.

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  22. Adorable dolls. Blessings, Janet PPF

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  23. Love the look with the pastels!1 I really do need to pop over and take that class.

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  24. So cute! I like their side glances.

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  25. Aaaaaah I am in love with your popjes lol!!! There is an award on my blog for you just didn't have the time to mail you about it, hope you can find it! See you in class tomzzz!!!
    ManonX

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  26. You've done a wonderful job with Manon's adorable dolls! ~Happy Paint Party Friday! #9 Robin Panzer Art Studio 33

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  27. they are both very sweet... i like the second one even better than the first. i am going to have to look into these classes. they sound wonderful!

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  28. these dolls are so sweet! thanks for sharing!
    hugs,
    peggy aplSEEDS

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  29. Your popjes are SO cute. They are addicting, right!? Looking forward to Manon's class tomorrow. :)

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  30. ok, these are so cute I can't take it!

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  31. These are so cut! I really need to catch up - I missed Manon's video and everyones dollies came out so well! I wonder if I can watch the fabric one without having watched the other? It is so much fun to watch live - I love painting along!

    xo
    Kristin

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  32. Delightful! I guess making them can be addicting! Patsy from
    HeARTworks

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  33. These girls are so sweet! I love their cheeks ;o)

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  34. Oh, oh, oh!! These are awesome! I love your take on the class - your girls are so fun and that yellow is so pretty! I was hoping to join in on the one this weekend, but will have to see if there's a replay instead ;)
    xoxo

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