Thursday, April 18, 2024

Friday Face OFF FFO


 Welcome To Friday Face OFF (FFO)

This is the place to show off your faces or your face. Post any type of face from any medium. You can create it, or find it in nature, or even that face in the design of you woodwork in your house. 
Human, animal, alien, or monster. 
Hi Everyone!
Well it has been a week, let me tell you. Too much traveling to see doctors. 
As we sat in the waiting room there was a woman who looked sad and sick and I had to capture her. She was thin,a stragith nose and small mouth. She had large dark rings around her eyes and her forhead was burrowed with wrinkles. The rest of her face was smooth with sunken cheeks. This is my impression of her.
Not much time to draw so here are some AI images.

This weeks feature is,
Cathy from Curious as a Cathy
If Gillena is hoasting Art for Friday
I will be linking up.

Now it's time to show me your face.


Iris Flavia said...

You sketched the lady right there, openly? Great outcome, sad face and my respect you dare to!!
Did you ask her?
Either way: To health (wish me luck I reach the cardiologist today!) and have a great day!

Christine said...

Wonderful sad face Nicole -Christine

Cloudia said...

Aloha 🌺

NatureFootstep said...

Hi. love both the face and the AI images. Sometimes, in my youth, I wished to be a "birdlady" :)

Rostrose said...

Dear Nicole, this woman seems to have a lot of worries. You made a great portrait. I also like your AI creations - the first one ever with the feathered woman! I hope your medical marathon is over soon!
All the best after my blog break,

sirkkis said...

Nicole, your drawing is a good interpretation of the woman who you told about.
Take care and enjoy a weekend, my friend xx

roentare said...

The face portrait is very charming

Tom said...

...she has such sad eyes, I hope that the doc was able to help her! Thanks for hosting the party, take care and be well.

Gene Black said...

I wish I could capture a face like you can. She certainly looks sad and distressed.

My name is Erika. said...

That poor woman doesn't look very happy, but you did a fantastic drawing of her. Did she know you drew her? Those raven pieces are great. I hope you have a nice weekend and don't need to deal with a lot of medical issues. hugs-Erika

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Your portrait of the woman in the waiting room certainly captures the look of someone who is ill. Those eyes!

Mae Travels said...

Your sketches are always amazing!
Have a good weekend — I hope you and your husband are both feeling better and will enjoy some springtime weather.

best, mae at

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I can't believe how late I am. I was ready to share last night and it was so cold, the cats and I huddled under the blankets.

I LOVE the lady's mouth and her furrowed brow, This is look only the elderly can know. Your AI is fabulous, too!!

Fundy Blue said...

You captured the woman so well, Nicole! I hope that things improve for her. I'm sorry that a lot of your time has been taken up with travel and appointments this week. It's a royal pain, for sure. Prayers for your wellbeing and creativity and big hugs!

Violetta said...

Astonishing what AI can do....but I prefer the hand-drawn pictures as your´s.
Have a good time and all the best

Violetta said...

Astonishing what AI can do. But I prefer the hand-drawn picutures such as your`s.
Have a good time and all the best
Violetta said...

Great drawing of a sad face

Jeanie said...

Your lady looks so sad. You certainly captured her moon. I only have critter faces to share with you this time. Happy weekend.

Rita said...

I hope you are done or are soon done with the flurry of office visits.
The lady does look very sad and unwell. Captured her, I think.
The bird lady with feathers is unsettlingly beautiful. :)

Katerinas Blog said...

You used the wait creatively! Lately I've also been going to the hospital quite often when I manage to escape creatively by writing it's the best! Have a nice day🌷!

carol l mckenna said...

Very well done expression in your portrait ~ hugs,

Wishing you good health, laughter and love in your days,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)

CAAC said...

Thanks for featuring little ole me this week, Nicole. I'm sorry for the late link up. My heads is up in the air these days.

WOW, your face drawing really captures how I feel sometimes, not sad or sick but totally beaten, overwhelmed, and ready to throw in the towel but no matter what life dishes out quitting isn't an option. I just learn to adjust my attitude and time. The rest falls into place.

I appreciate your encouragement, my dear. You rock! xo

Giorgio said...

I like the two AI images. Great job with the portrait of the woman who was in the waiting room, Nicole.
With regards to your son, I hope he and his wife will enjoy their trip. The weather is not too cold and not too warm right now.

Have a nice Sunday, Nicole ☀

craftytrog said...

Such a sad face! Poor lady. Hope this coming week is a more restful one Nicole.

Lowcarb team member said...

Yes, she has sad eyes, I do hope that her Doctor was able to help her.

I hope you've had a more restful weekend.
Take care, my good wishes.

All the best Jan

Lowcarb team member said...

Oops, got an error message when I hit the publish button, so do hope my previous comment will have come through okay.

All the best Jan

ashok said...

Good capture of the face...

baili said...

i think you have succeeded in portraying that lady so well dear Nichole

i see she seems to has everything you mentioned ,i find it an impressive art so hats off to you !

best wishes to your family for safe travels

hugs and blessings
oh yes i enjoyed the AI art as well ,magnificent :)

Luiz Gomes said...

Boa tarde de quinta-feira, aproveito para desejar um excelente mês de maio, com muita paz e saúde, minha querida amiga Nicole.

Luiz Gomes said...

Boa noite minha querida amiga Nicole. Não consegui ver a minha foto. Grande abraço Luiz.

Linda said...

Great images!