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off to watch the video :D I want to work on a few journal pages too!
Fantastic! (I love the part at the end where your painting talks about the challenge... So fun!)xoKristin
What an inspirational video! I love to see the process of making a painting, it's thrilling! And the animated part in the end came as a surprise, just perfect!
Martha!! I love watching you paint! Great face and I love the ending! You are so creative!
That's so awesome, Martha. I am still not sure if I have done what you have asked as far as the labels go. I am somewhat challenged with this linky stuff. I have been over my template, layout etc and don't know what else to do other than keep labeling 29 faces after I post. I am a bit stumped. thanks for understanding.
check your email Jo :o)
I'm off to watch the video too. Looks pretty good already.
Love this pink and yellow combo! Cool video, too.
oh my wonderfulness! really wonderful!!!!!!!! :D
Very cool to see your process in layering the face! Looks great!
I was mesmerized by the video painting process, but then to see her face move, oh you got me there! What a kick! HPPF!
wow its a brilliant video Ayala, will definitely have a go at creating a face this way...........loving the animated ending, all such clever stuff. Thank you for sharing. Annette xhttp://nettysartadventures.blogspot.co.uk/
amazing Martha! Thank you for the video!!!
Wah! That is so cool! So many questions on how you filmed the process, but I'll focus on the face (for now). She looks like a flamenco dancer watching and waiting for her turn, although watching the creative process was like watching both of you dance! (Music totally helped with that image)Have a fantastic day!
haha, I love the end part. So cute, how on earth you do that is beyond me ..... So nice to see the loose way you paint!
Fabulous! Thanks for sharing the video.
I was completely fascinated by your painting process-and yes, the end was amazing!! Gorgeous portrait Martha!
Martha, how wonderful to watch you paint! Your face is gorgeous and now I understand better how you get some of the looks you do. I really treasure the painting I got from you a couple of years ago. It means even more now that I know how it must have been created. But how did you get the lips to move in the final seconds of the video???
Martha I LOVED your video...what a great face, very inspirational!! Thanks for sharing...and how did you do that animation at the end!! Wow thank you....Hugs Giggles
Martha - I couldn't even attempt the 29 Faces this time - but I love painting faces and I loved watching your face emerge from the layers of paint. Thanks for sharing
OMGosh, that was so fun. . .the animation wrapped it up. Very Excellent. Blessings, Janet PPF
Loved the video,thank you!
I love that pink!
neat how you made her talk!
Hey Martha, when you have time, can you check out Robin's blog and see if she is doing the labels right? http://www.raszart.com/2014/02/faces-3-4-and-maybe-5.htmlHugs ;o)
it was fun watching you paint this face, and it turned out really great too! xo
Haha, I was a little scared when the mouth moved. But it is late and I am easily startled. LOL Lovely face and video! Wonderful to watch the layers build up.
Wow, loved this post! Great painting, video and animation.Thanks for sharing.Annabelle : )
Thank you for the video. She looks wonderful. I love what you have digitally done at the end of it.
This is fabulous! I am off to watch the videoNicole/Beadwright
Loved watching your process and the animation is fun :)Thanks for hosting the 29 faces challenge. I've seen it around but am taking part for the first time and learning such a lot!
Loved watching your video...great to see your work. Loved the face :)
So wonderful to see the progress, and how she came alive on the page. And what a clever animation. Love it!
She turned out beautiful Martha. Lol loved her talking at the end!
I ♥ all your comments! ~ . .Keep your paintbrush wet!