Friday, May 18, 2012

Number Fifteen

The funny thing about creating 29 Faces in May is that I am sketching, drawing, and painting so much that I am losing count on which face is which. (Note to self...write the number ON the pages AS you work on them. It would be a lot easier!)

Here is face number #15.
She was drawn in my Idea Journal. 
I apologize for all the pen you can see from the other side. 
I was practicing artsy lettering with Tam.
So fun! Have I mentioned how much I am loving the exposure to all the different instructors for Life Book? Love!

Quick sketch in idea journal

As I drew her I was thinking of one word ... Beloved.

Beloved: dearly loved : dear to the heart

I pictured a girl surrounded by hearts. Hearts in her hair. Hearts on her face and little heart wings. Hearts in the background. 
I think I will create her again on canvas.  

I hope you are all having a beautiful Friday.
All I can say is TGIF! I am ready for the weekend. 
How about you?
I am also stopping by Studio JRU's Sneak Peek Friday. Come take a look! :)


  1. I like the background of the letters in the back of your page it gives it a lot of texture. I think your girl is simply beautiful, Great work!!

  2. Beautifully done. She looks loved and content. The hearts work so well.

  3. I love the lines and writing behind her! And her!! Beautifully done!

  4. She is so beautiful Jen... and I love the hearts around her... she will look brilliant on canvas...

    Jenny x

  5. i love the feel your journal has, all the creative ideas being put to paper, your beloved face is beautiful, thanks for stopping by..

  6. It was indeed a beautiful Friday (in my time zone Saturday) :D seeing your "art from the heart" Jen. Please blog about the complied version once you finished everything :)

  7. love this style of art, first time to link up to Sneak peek Friday, so glad I did!!

  8. Beloved... perfect. She is beautiful. I adore all the sweet hearts. She is going to make a gorgeous canvas piece Jen! :)

  9. Such a pretty face, Jen! And what a great way to become better, being disciplined to work at it every day. Great idea!

  10. Jen, this is great. Your drawings are getting looser, or more comfortable. Amazing how quickly we improve our skills when we do these daily challenges. Love her eyes in particular, and of course, those hearts. xoxo

  11. Very pretty. Great illustration!! I'm enjoying 29 faces too!!

    Hugs Giggles

  12. She is so sweet and I love the hearts in her hair!