May 9, 2012

Face 9 of 29 and a bunch more

 By now you probably heard they found a second Monalisa, a few months ago.... the colors are more vivid, basically the same lady.
But, did you know they found a third Mona??? Yes! The only difference is that this one is tiny. It was found in my art table ho ho ho

This is the sketch from yesterday... but somehow doesn't look Mona Lisa enough.
Will have to do something about that. :o)


 Check for more faces after the brake!



For today's post I also have a guest artist: My daughter. I have to say, this time around she went for shocking art.... I'm not going to ask for the meaning, but she is having final tests, that might explain something...?
She was inspired by an episode of Dr. Who


 


Can you believe we have 1/3 of the challenge completed? wow....

15 comments:

  1. Love your MOna. Your daughter's are so dark & twisty!
    rinda

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    1. Thanks! Oh, yes, she can do the strangest drawings.... but also some sweet cute ones

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  2. Your daughters work has come on immensely since February's challenge...love it! And your Mona looks fabulous in colour :D XXX

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    1. She says thank you. I do too :o}

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  3. Very sweet looking Mona, she does have that misterious smile (whats she been up to??)
    I have two sons who are avid Dr.Who fans so I would recognise those weeping angels anywhere "Don't Blink"!!!

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    1. She said after she drew them she almost shredded the paper because she was afraid they would become real XoP

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  4. I love the monalisa!!! Your daughter did wonderful on the Dr. Who works. Wonderfully done! *HUGS* Angela

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  5. Her eyes are so sweet and innocent. :) Love her! And your daughter is a wonderful artist. Great drawings!

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  6. Such a very lovely face you've drawn! your Mona Lisa 3rd.. :)

    And I can see your daughter is good in drawing too! :D

    Thanks for your comment.. first I couldn't understand you've found me in the twitter exhibition in Moss? but after a while you probably meant you found out I'm in Norway.. ?
    Moss is not so very far from Oslo, only a little more south..

    I googled twitter exhibition and came to your YouTube clip.. I haven't seen it yet, my flash is off :) but I'll go and see your clip another day..
    So fun you have sent two pieces to the exhibition. No, I have never heard about it.. I'm quite new in painting portraits etc.. :))

    Greetings from Viola :)

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    1. Oh Sorry about the confusion! Yes, I meant that I saw you are in Norway!
      Look for David Sandum online, he lives in Moss and is a great artist, and organized the exhibit in there.
      Thanks for visiting! :o)

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  7. What a wonderful smile - I love the beautiful green eyes!!

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  8. Your Monalisa is so fun. I did a Monalisa a couple of years ago, this woman asked me to do it. It's my profile picture.
    Tell your daughter that her work is wonderful. If you don't mind me asking, how old is she. Looks like she takes art seriously. Wish at least one of mine would.

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    1. 14 going on 30 XoD ....She's always been good with the pencil, and far more into details than me. I will pass your comments to her, thank you!

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  9. Hey Martha, I love your Mona Lisa, but to me, she would be a really cute vampire ;o)
    Your daughter's art is so cool! Love it! Hugs ;o)

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  10. By the way, forgot to say... your daughters art is really cool! Especially like the bottom drawing!

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