Welcome to FFO. This is a place where you can show any type of face in any medium. Think about what has or is a face. Flowers have faces as do clouds, you can always see a face in tree bark. I often see faces in the design on my floor. So really anything goes, as long as there is a face. Link back to me from your blog, link up with Mr. Linky, leave me a comment then go see what other's have created.
I'm writing this early because I will not be home until late today and then off again in the morning. So this weekend I will come by to leave comments.
I did some drawing this week. I have not drawn or sketched in some time.
I also got these molded faces painted. I was asked what kind of clay I use. I only use DAS air dry clay now. For me it's the best and doesn't crack while drying.Every face I create has a destination. A space to be placed in an art project and a final home for someone.
However, I don't know either until the circle is complete.
This week my featured artist is;
Your pencil sketched face is stunning Nicole.
Nice faces Nicole!
I will also be gone tomorrow, but I suspect your trip will be more advantageous and meaningful than mine. Your drawing is beautiful. Glad you had time to create one this week. I really like your faces. I bet they are much lighter than the polymer clay ones I create at times. Thanks for hosting Nicole and good luck tomorrow.
Once again, I got Failed to Publish.
What luminous eyes in your pencil sketch! And I love the beautiful colours you chose for your clay faces.
A wonderful sketch, Nicole! And I love the idea of the faces having a home later, too!
Face the music!
Fabulous face and faces today. Hugs, Valerie
I agree with ashok, its great.
Hope your weekend and Mach ahead is lovely and inspiring xx
These art masks look South American?
...Nicole, I like your little cherub faces. Thanks for hosting the party. Enjoy your busy day.
You have such talent, Nicole.
Nice faces today Nicole. Your drawings is lovely. It must be great to be finally able to do some face drawing. Hope your busy days are productive. And happy March. hugs-Erika
I like your sketch and you newest clay faces-Happy Friday and weekend
I have decided I need to try that clay. You always get such lovely results.
Wonderful drawing and the clay faces are unique looking.
Thanks for hosting...
Happy Friday Nicole. Thanks for linking to Art For Fun Friday.
Lovely drawing and clay masks.
Dear Nicole, I am so happy that you drew something again this week - and it is a very pretty face with expressive eyes!
I also really like your sculpted faces!
Hugs & happy March days!
I like your clay faces.
I took part in "Art for fun friday"
If you have time stop in for a cup of coffee.
You always do have the best faces! I should share Carson's birthday post here!
i hope your trips are for some nice and positive reason dear Nichole
i liked this drawing so much ! your art is "strong and beautiful in expressions" no matter what you create it speaks loud .her eyes are shiny .
Glorious faces as always .i so enjoyed looking at them ,liked the idea of linking them to destinations as well .
wishing you health ,peace and joy every moment !
Wonderful creations as always ~ love the colors too ~
Wishing you good health, laughter and love in your days,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
You drew five-pointed stars on three molded faces. I know that's a symbol of celebrity in Western culture.
Love your molded faces, Nicole! ... they bring good mood :-)
Have a nice Sunday!
I’m always fascinated by your little sculptures ! (Kwarkito)
A beautiful sketch Nicole.
I hope you are well.
love all your faces even if my favorite is the molded ones :)
Thank you for hosting. I enjoyed your post, dear blogfriend.
Greetings by Heidrun
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