faces faces everywhere

I seriously love painting on these wooden dolls – I can’t believe I put it off for so long.


27 Responses to “faces faces everywhere”

  1. Nicole

    They are just gorgeous and must be so lovely to work with. Beautiful wood, such personality.

  2. mimi k

    I Love these! I particularly like how you have kept the wood-ness of them- the grain and color. I know I would have covered them with gesso first and lost so much, right at the start. And I can see why it was hard to start in on them- a blank prepared surface can be very intimidating.

  3. Beth

    I love the way you are painting these faces. You are doing them the loobylu way….they are completely unique and individual. Keep going!

  4. pinry

    it’s amazing how a few (albeit skillfully placed) lines van create such personality on inanimate objects. love the slightly uncertain expressions on the brown-haired ones!

  5. Cele

    What great expressions, you have such a talent for faces and expressions. These little dolls are beautiful.

  6. coryy

    I was recently trying to paint on wooden heads….HOW on earth do you keep the paint from bleeding in the wood grains? My mom and I had a horrible result, and we resorted to using colored pencils!!! Any advice or tips would be a big help!Thanks!

  7. Amy

    If you ever put some in your shop, could you please give me a shout? They rock.


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