Picasso Inspired Face

I was inspired by Picasso to create this face:

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I studied several photos of Picasso before I drew a sketch in pencil.  I colored my sections with oil pastels, using two different colors on top of each other.  Next, I scratched into the oil pastels with the end of a mechanical pencil to create the patterns.

I finished it by cutting out the face with scissors.  Oil pastels are a bit messy but I had fun experimenting!

It reminds me of one of my doodles…

Cheers! 🙂

20 responses to “Picasso Inspired Face

  1. Love that it’s bright and colorful!

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  2. Wow! This is amazing Jill! (K)

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  3. That’s fabulous, Jill! You’ve given me an idea. I’m halfway through a collage and don’t want to use paper for the background. I could do hills using oil pastels stratched through. Thanks!

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  4. WOWZA! This is a real winner! So Picasso-ish indeed! and the colors just POP!

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  5. Fun. Definitely a doodle face!

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  6. Love this! and I get a feeling that working on it was meditative and soothing.

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  7. Oh my sooooo many pictures in one!! How fun!! I spy a bat..a mermaid, a seal, a fish , a boy wearing a baseball hat n sun glasses, a lady in an evening gown with 1 ear ring……hahahahaha. Fun colors too!!

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  8. Nice piece there ^^

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