New Challenge at Country View Crafts

Hello to you all, today sees the start of the new challenge over on the blog, and this months theme is Things with Wings. Interpret it anyway you want, but make sure you follow the rules. All entries are in with a chance of winning £20 to spend in the shop. So hop on over to Country View Crafts to see all the inspiration the team have created for you, you will be blown away by all the fabulous males.

My inspiration is a journal page.




Here's how I created her.

I gathered several Stencils and laid them on my page




I picked several complimentary colours from Dina Wakley minis 



I used lots of layers building the texture





Once it was completely dry I started the faerie 

White acrylic then My Prima water soluble Pencils (skin tones)


More layers defining features 


More details 


Tidying her up! I can get very messy and have to try very hard to keep things clean and bright. I also gave her some clothes.



I then finished her off. A great tip! once completely dry use a very watery mix of flesh tones 
and gentle smooth it over areas on your face you want to clean and  smooth out. 
Finishing touches to details with a black pen, I also used Prima Water Soluble crayons in white for highlights, 
they are very smooth and creamy and gave her a lovely complexion. Then she done!

Take care everyone 
Hugsxxx 


Deborah Wainwright
Deborah Wainwright

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12 comments:

  1. Gorgeous journal page, Deb! Her gaze is mesmerizing and I am so impressed with your girl. Me, I avoid faces unless I have a stamp!

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  2. She is just amazing Deb, and so is the background you've given her. Have a lovely weekend. Sue xx

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  3. I was so lucky that I could see this beautiful lady before and now I could see the process! I absolutely adore it! So beautiful, so perfect and I think it deserves a canvas ;-) Big hugs

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  4. Fabulous page Debs - beautiful!

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  5. Love your creation Deborah. Love how you smoothed her face out afterwards, a bit like me with magic foundation! Xx 😊

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  6. oh Debz - this is absolutely amazing - i love her to pieces - wow xx

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  7. Absolutely stunning result and love the step by step-although I would have had to stop at the stencilling
    Carol x

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  8. She's beautiful Debs..love her complection and awesome background xx

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  9. Beautiful journal page Debs! Your face is painted wonderful, I love that fairy!
    Thank you for sharing the process and helpful hints!
    Have a great weekend!
    xxx Evelyn

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  10. I had to come take a closer look Debs after seeing this beautiful lady at Country View Crafts. I just love her! Awesome art dear lady Karen x

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  11. She is so adorable!! I am always impressed by your creative process and finish. xx

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Hugs Debs xxx

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