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« on: February 13, 2013 12:48:27 AM »

I had this painting I started last spring but had a hard time with the face...it was inspired by a picture i saw in a catalogue. Finally I decided to finish her once and for all! LOL! I ended up going with a model in a magazine ad for the face...

("Cold Moon" acrylic on 8"x10"canvas board)
I'm not totally happy with the hair but that is one area I still need to improve upon! Since, that was finished I was inspired to paint a couple more!
This one had a second round to it as well since i wasn't happy with the right side of the painting...I'm still not quite happy with it either lol!

("A Northern Night" acrylic on 8"x10" canvas board)

Next I tried for a little mix of paint and paper for this one!

("Hare Moon" acrylic and paper on 8"x10" canvas board)
I used some fun shimmery metallic paints for the background! I like how this turned out...different anyways!
Thanks for looking and any helpful hints would be great!
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« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2013 04:18:15 AM »

Lovely work, mandykaye!   Smiley  Hare Moon is my favorite.  What kind of glue do you use to adhere the paper elements to the painted?
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« Reply #2 on: February 13, 2013 07:39:30 AM »

Love these., Agree with MW, hare moon is my favorite.
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« Reply #3 on: February 13, 2013 07:42:40 AM »

those are all beautiful.
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Thank you all! I just used Modge Podge to adhere the paper elements to the canvas after if was painted!
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