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06 February 2012

Creative Tuesdays - Patterns and 29 Faces - Day 7

For Creative Tuesdays, the theme this time is PATTERNS so I decided to combine my effort for it with my face for Ayala Art's 29 Faces in February and make a patterned, zen doodled face..


Looking forward to seeing everyone's patterns or faces or patterned faces!

27 comments:

  1. Such a great and inventive use of patterns.

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  2. Oh how very cool! Love this and all the little patterns to make up his face! Exceptional doodling! :)

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  3. Beautiful work! Great job on the patterns!

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  4. Clever, clever....you might say that is a tattoo's face. What a delightful doodle!

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  5. Very cool, really like the hair!

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  6. You are so amazing!! The face is perfect, and looks 3D!!
    xxDaniella

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  7. Very creative Eva, great idea and it's very good!

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  8. what a great idea Eva, it's very creative and very good!

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  9. oooh, wow! so coll - love all the patterns making up the face....nice!

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  10. Hi there, I am loving these patterns! The ink and line work here is mesmerizing (-: Also, I love the picture on your header. Nice to meet you and your lovely art! (-:

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  11. Interesting, lots of patterns there!

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  12. I really love this very cool patterned face! :-)

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  13. Loven your faces!!! I just joined in so I'm playing fast catch up!!

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  14. Very clever it is amazing, I have problems even drawing a straight line love it

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  15. Super fun, I love the way you did the hair!

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  16. An awesome collection of patterns! It comes together so nicely to make a very strking face.

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  17. HEy, I knew you'd have a great opp to do a zentangle here but I was not expecting a face. LOL. Wild..adn creative. TY Eva!

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  18. Love the combination of the 2 projects. Very inventive.

    I'm almost finished with my entry in your book (which has the most amazing spreads in it! It was a little intimidating to start my turn!) I'll link to your blog when I'm all done.
    -Brandy

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  19. Amazing how you've used patterns here!

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  20. Fantastic end result. I love your use of patterns.

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  21. it's so cool how you combine the pattern and become a face pattern. amazing!

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  22. This is really, really cool! Wow. I don't think my eyes would've went bonkers before finishing. hee :)

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Looking forward to hearing from you!