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Show Your Face Inspired By Susana Magenheimer, Giggles and Beverley Baird

Welcome Facers! It is the first Friday of August so let’s roll out the red carpet for Show Your Face Inspired By {Insert Name}.

Drum roll please!

Show Your Face Inspired By {INSERT NAME} 
If you need a quick reminder, or you are new to our weekly share, then for the next four Fridays you have the option to either post your normal face artwork OR push out of your comfort zone, and try something inspired by one (or more) of your fellow sharers from our #ShowYourFace community.

Either option is fine but I do encourage you to try to do a #ShowYourFaceInspiredBy at least once this month.

The inspiration can be any aspect of their portrait work like how they construct their face, the materials they use, how they use colour or even how they use other elements like words or 3D objects, whatever you like. Just make sure you name them with a link to their blog (or social media gallery) in your blog post (or social media write up if you are using a gallery) and share what you were inspired by in their work.

So what is the point to Show Your Face Inspired By {Insert Name}?

The aims are to:

  • Give us a little kick out of our comfort zones
  • Try something new
  • Surprise ourselves!
  • Extend our technique / style toolboxes
  • Share some bloggy/ social media/ gallery love! 
  • Oh and have fun of course!

Please make sure that:

  1. The face artwork is yours, any stamps or templates you use to build the face should be designed by you, just as with the usual #ShowYourFace.
  2. The person(s) inspiring your work is part of the #ShowYourFace community, but they don’t have to be a regular linker.
  3. You name the person or people that inspired your work and link to them.
  4. You link back to the link blog post here on my blog for that week, just as with the usual #ShowYourFace.

Don’t forget it is optional!

This is a no pressure linky so please feel free to carry on with your normal #ShowYourFace share if you haven’t been able to do a #ShowYourFaceInspiredBy. It is just a bit of fun and if you have enjoyed it we will no doubt do it, or something similar, again.

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My Show Your Face Share this week…
For my Show Your Face Inspired By I’ve taken inspiration from three lovely folks Susana Magenheimer, Giggles and Beverley Baird to produce this miniature face art work.

A miniature face drawing

Susana Magenheimer from Random Artist 222’s inspired me to go miniature as she loves miniature art and after a conversation in Instagram we ended up foolishly agreeing to trying a 2″ x 2″ artwork with a face. Eek! So I attempted the smallest art journal page that I have ever done for this week’s share. She is sketched in pencil on a scrap of paper from a watercolour background.

Close up of the miniature face drawing

The words cut from newspapers were inspired by both Giggles from Happy Tiler and Beverley Baird from Bunny’s Girl as I’ve noticed they often use cut-out words in their artwork and I really like that look so I thought I would try to incorporate it in my work this week to finish my nano-art journal page.

Over To You...
Link your faces artwork and spread the word on your blog and/or social media, hashtag #ShowYourFace and/or #ShowYourFaceInspiredBy for those of you that use them. Please do let anyone you think would be interested in sharing their portraits know about our community here.

Catch you later Face-Artinators

Kim

PS. Some other places you might want to link your work to: Art journal pages link up with Julie Fei-Fan Balzer’s Art Journal Everyday post. Painted pages share at Paint Party Friday. Art journal page with a time theme link up to Art Journal Journey.

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36 thoughts on “Show Your Face Inspired By Susana Magenheimer, Giggles and Beverley Baird”

  1. EEK I never thought our craziness would show up on your official Show Your Face – am totally over the moon honored and a weeee bit blushing over here <3 Your take on the mini is Fab!!! Love how soulful her eyes are and the sentiment captures that <3 As you know life happened and I got derailed will have my 2×2 ready Monday πŸ˜€

  2. Me again, for AJJ it's not big enough – sorry,
    just larger than DIN A 6 (105x145mm=4,1 x 5,8 inches)
    will be accepted. We hope to see you with an Art Journal Page –
    would be great to have you with us Kim!
    oxo
    Susi

    1. Thanks Valerie, I just spotted that you guys had a time theme going on at AJJ from your's and Susi's blogs and it seemed like a happy coincidence. But in my haste to hook up I didn't spot the size limit LOL! Never mind! Next time πŸ™‚ Kx

  3. What a sweet and delightful itsy bitsy face. I've been working on my first art journal and finding it quite fun and different that just painting my watercolors which I've done for years.
    You are never too old to stretch the envelope. Thanks for your inspiration.

  4. She is gorgeous Kim. I totally forgot about this inspiration challenge! Thank you so much for adding me as your inspiration! I just started using those cut out words for the icad challenge. I love how you placed them! Good job!

    Hugs Giggles

    1. Don't worry, it is optional and if you want to have a play with the challenge you have the rest of August to give it a go! I love how you put your pieces together, using the cut out words is great! Kx

  5. I really love your 'mini' portrait this week, Kim! I love how words are incorporated. I keep thinking I should try this too! So sorry I'm late. This week has been a bit hectic and difficult, as my mum's been ill; but she does seem a lot better today due to antibiotics. Hope your weekend is a creative one!

    1. Oh no Julie Ann, I do hope that your Mum is doing ok?! Hope you get a chance to do some art this week and it isn't so hectic for you. Don't worry if you can't get a face done for any reason, the linky is open all week and you can always miss a week if you have to, it is a no pressure challenge! Kx

    1. Thank you Lina! You are more than welcome to link your face, it doesn't have to be inspired by anyone if you don't want it to be! It is an optional part of the challenge this month, so don't worry and keep linking! πŸ™‚ Kx

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