29 Faces - Two & Three

I was looking at a friends previous 29 Faces experience and I noticed one of her faces was done using a program called ScribblerToo. I loved it and wanted to have a play myself - it's so easy and addictive. I love the abstract effect.
Whoopidooings: Carmen Wing - 29 Faces - Day 2 - Scribble faces
Three quarter profile #2/29
Whoopidooings: Carmen Wing - 29 Faces - Day 2 - Scribble faces
Side profile #3/29

Even Craig had a go - don't tell him but I really love his face! He's already proclaiming it a masterpiece!
Whoopidooings: Carmen Wing - 29 Faces - Day 2 - Scribble faces
Craig's face
So I want to try and play around at this technique with actual pen or pencil and paper... hmm.


Thanks for stopping by today :)

22 comments:

  1. this looks loads of fun!! enjoying your faces... keep it up!

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  2. These are awesome!. I haven't even started yet, silly busy at the mo, maybe next time :/

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  3. Hiya! I love this so much! I've missed you and your amazing arty ways :-)

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  4. Brilliant, this looks like it's lots of fun to do. Craig's face makes me smile and smile :) :) :)

    xx

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  5. Scribbler is one of my favourite apps, and I love playing with it. It's always amazing to see what emerges from it, and yours are both effective, my favourite being the first one. Scribbler gives your initial drawing such a mystical effect. Yep, Craig's definitely got the touch.

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  6. I have never heard of scribbler. It gives such an unusual and zentangly effect. Great faces.

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  7. Wow, so unique and interesting! I have never heard of Scribbler either and must check it out.

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  8. these are wonderful, such a joy to see.

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  9. This reminds me of a spirograph effect... for those who are too young to remember it was a collection of wheels with teeth in them which you could insert in a larger wheel then rotate with a pen and the patterns you could produce were endless... used to keep me busy for hours!! I love your first portrait!!

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  10. Looks like you are having a lot of fun with your "29 faces" - super work.

    Toni xx

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  11. Very cool!

    I've not playing arty software in a long while. You're tempting me!

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  12. Cool yes really cool and original, amazing

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  13. Totally awesome! I love the first lady's hair! It looks very fancy! And the side view lady is beautiful and Craig's is very sweet! This looks like so much fun!

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  14. I really like this program too, and agree about how addictive it is. I never would have thought of using it for the 29 faces challenge, but these are really cool! I'll be interested to see what you do with actual pen and paper with this technique.

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  15. I know that program, but how could You make faces with it. Wonderful and very artistic. I like these.

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  16. Really creative and unique! I love them!

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  17. What a cool technique! Very interesting faces! I'll have to look into this and give it a whirl :)

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  18. What fun! I immediately clicked on Scribbler Too and bookmarked it.

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  19. Refreshingly beautiful! Great work.

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  20. I love this. I just had a look and don't think it is on android. Looks very cool. I love his face too! I have always thought sbout doibg 29 faces...I will fo the next one. :)

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