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Yes, I really like portraits, but portraits without faces… LOVE! The crisp, clean jackets, married perfectly with the distorted pulled paint… sigh… so beautiful! These very well dressed, mysterious men are the work of French artist Carole Brémaud - and even though I don’t know what any of these fellas actually look like, I am in fact, completely smitten.

These very well dressed, mysterious men are the work of French artist Carole Brémaud This would be interesting to try and recreate as a photography collection

Surreal Painted Faces Make Us Question What We Are Seeing - My Modern Metropolis

Surreal Painted Faces Make Us Question What We Are Seeing

Genius work: faces as optical illusions by photographer Alexander Khokhlov & makeup artist Valeriya Kutsan

Good technique for wire portrait sculptures

Wire Self Portrait

Francoise Nielly - beautiful portraits

Launches CJ Hendry’s Solo Exhibition Debut in New York

“ Untitled by Francoise Nielly oil on canvas I am enthralled with the colors, texture & technique in this painting and the next few posts will be other portraits by this artist.

Malcolm Liepke - 'Sleeping Baby' - Telluride Gallery of Fine Art

Figure/Figurative Element - Malcolm Liepke - 'Sleeping Baby' - Telluride Gallery of Fine Art

identity collage art project

Collage Week- A good idea for the beginning of the year to get to know your students. You can hang them up on your bulletin board to display student work and show who your students are.

Cardboard and paper-mache faces.... a fun project idea for those extra hangers! via frecklephotoblog

middle school project: fun self portraits. They are building their portrait with chipboard and papier mache over a hanger. Cartão, papel maché e um cabide. Alunos fazem o seu auto retrato.

To reference for shading

This face is drawn of of proportions that I learned in my sketch class. I also really wanted to work on my shading .

Gesso ATC ... need to work on my control of the gesso, as it can go on WAY too thick and completely obscure the image.

This looks like fun.Gesso Technique ATC Tutorial by ~ATCfanatics on deviantART

I have been producing 2D needle-felted 'wool' paintings for a few years and often get asked the same questions - so I hope my tips help to answer some of those! 1. Don't start too small - especially if you're working on portraits! It's extremely hard to make teeny tiny dots and lines! I have worked on 6

Ten tips to improve your 2D needle-felted art (portraits)

I have been producing 2D needle-felted 'wool' paintings for a few years and often get asked the same questions - so I hope my tips help to answer some of those! 1. Don't start too small - especially if you're working on portraits! It's extremely hard to make teeny tiny dots and lines! I have worked on 6

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