Monday, March 12, 2012

Red

I made a speed painting video of this girly. She's a little weird isn't she?! :) But she chose to look like this.

You'll need to go to The Butterfly Effect to see the video and link your "red" inspired artwork. :)
Both were inspired by Life Book class teacher Mystele. I just love painting like this right now. I do backgrounds several in a row and wait for them to dry. Then I go over them and try to find faces in them.

And you do find them if you look close enough. :) For example the second one had a unicorn on it. I could see it clearly but I wasn't feeling it so I errased the outline. Then it took me several minutes to find the eyes but after that the rest appeared. The mouth gave me trouble but I found them just when I started painting.:)

That's it. That's all I've got to say. :) Now, go watch my video!


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21 comments:

  1. Nice work Natasha, the second one is my fave! valerie

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  2. Saw it already....heehee!
    Mystele's pulled art is all the rage right now....been seeing it a lot due to Lifebook :)

    Yours are great! I love the buns (hairstyle) on the 2nd one....too much butt talk going on lately...haha!

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  3. I already watched the video & loved it - very, very inspiring... I'm going to prep a whole bunch of backgrounds today, as a matter of fact! Hooray!

    (This post answered the embarrassingingly silly question I asked over at the butterfly effect, so you can just ignore it.)

    xo
    Kristin

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  4. Love the pouty lip on the second one...maybe she wanted a unicorn too :D I've always painted like this, guess it's because I see faces in everything :D XXX

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  5. I can see the unicorn, close to her shoulder!!! WOW!! Great job!

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  6. I love this delicious redhead with beautiful blue eyes. Greetings.

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  7. Great work Natasha ;o) I love the first girl ;o) But, then, you know I like weird ;o) LOL! I love the little pout in the second one ;o) Have a great day my friend ;o)

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  8. They are both great - and I especially love the color in the second piece and the expressive eyes.

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  9. Nature babes, there so cool and cute!
    Your multi talented! :D Huge smile!

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  10. She's wild and wonderful and oh so original. You are having fun! Love it. xoDonna

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  11. Oh so full of character! The second one I can feel her angst! Patsy from
    HeARTworks

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  12. Love these!!...and Mystele!

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  13. Weird will do for me, they are great piecees and I can really see your style in this!

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  14. I will! I will! I LOVE this piece - that was a hard one for me - I actually did the background for this lesson, but could not pull anything out. Maybe I should give it another go . . . thanks for this beautiful inspiration, xoxo

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  15. I LOVED your video! It was brilliant! And I really like how you did less of a background and went to work - I think I will try it with that spin on it. Thank you, xoxo

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  16. I LOVED your video! It was brilliant! And I really like how you did less of a background and went to work - I think I will try it with that spin on it. Thank you, xoxo

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  17. They are both sooo wonderful!!! I love it, when they look a little bit wonky (as mystele said ;)... Love the face from the second one!!!

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  18. your first girl looks like she's backing away sloowwlly from someone she thinks is crazy. I've fallen behind on my lifebook lessons, but your post has me inspired to go check out mystele's lesson.

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  19. I just love this method of making art - helps hide my mistakes too!!

    These are GORG-E-OUS

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  20. PS - you know your art just keeps getting better and better!

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  21. These are great, i am off to watch your video!

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