I have two girls for you today.
The first is a my Day Three painting for Thirty Paintings in 30 Days, and my second for 29 Faces in September 2014.
I did this with acrylics and Pitt pens for the black details.
I don’t know who she is or where she came from but I think she’d be a blast to hang out with.
My new Crudoodle Free Digital Stamp is this cute
Girl with Bouquet
|Crudoodle Free Digital Stamp, Girl with Bouquet by Tori Beveridge|
To save Girl With Bouquet to your computer, click on the preview above to open the full size image. Right click on the picture, and save to your computer.
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P.S. – What is a crudoodle? 🙂
Love your girls, Tori! The first one looks like my fun, crazy sister, Gaile!
Crudoodles is the name I have given to my little black and white doodles which I allow paper crafter to use as digital stamps (think rubber stamps but you print them instead) for their crafting.
Was this girl a digital piece?
No. Neither were digital. The portrait was acrylic and ink and photographed. The black and white Crudoodle girl with bouquet was done with ink and then scanned in and the lines neatened up in Photoshop and turned into a jpg file.
How big is the portrait and is the type paper guided on w/ medium? (Just curious) She IS amazing! 🙂
The portrait is on a piece of 4"x5" 140 lb cold press watercolor paper that I had left over after cutting a 9×12 piece down a while back. An unusual size and not one I would normally use, but I figured waste not, want not. 🙂
I'm not sure what you mean by guiding the type paper on.. but if it's about the black and white digital stamp, let me explain: they can be printed out onto card stock or other paper and either "fussy cut" or cut around and glued onto their project with a glue stick or gel medium or even mod podge (using a dry brush with the gel medium or mod podge). They can color it before or after with whatever medium they like such as colored pencil, copic markers, watercolors etc.. I hope I answered your question.
Oh she looks so funky with her cute glasses! 🙂
I like her a lot!