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Noun
1.
trivial, feeble, silly, or tedious talk or writing.
verb (used without object), twad·dled, twad·dling.
2. to talk in a trivial, feeble, silly, or tedious manner; prate.
verb (used with object), twad·dled, twad·dling.
3. to utter as twaddle.

Art Therapy is Heart Therapy ~ TwinkleToes2day (aka mo)

Wednesday, October 01, 2014

29 Faces of September - #25 to #29

I did it! I completed the whole month of the challenge, creating one face for each day. I have done a couple more since, but here are the last few that take me to Twenty Nine!






Thank you to all who have visited through this challenge, and left such generous comments, I have appreciated every single one of them.
I intend to continue practising this side of my creativity. 

And until next time...............
.........thanks for popping by to say 'Hi' ((hugs)) :o) x



35 comments:

  1. Congratulations... It was no mean feat but look at your journey and progress ;D
    Fantastic ((hugs))

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    1. Thanks so much Denise. I have been inspired by so many people, I just had to give it a go, and now I can't stop, lol :o)) xox

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  2. I am very impressed that you did all 29. It's amazing what practicing everyday does. Your improvement is fantastic

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  3. Great variety of styles, good work! Hugs, Valerie

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  4. I think you have done a fabulous job on all the faces - I love the one on FB today too. It has been wonderful to see your 'journey' along the way and see so much improvement - well done for completing all the days too! Hugs, Anne xx

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    1. Thanks so much Anne (hug) Now I want to continue learning of course, but also learn how to add colour once the image is drawn :o))

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  5. Super drawings, Mo, faces are something I've never done, so I can admire yours. I especially like the last one and the first is very good too.

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    1. Thanks very much Sheila, I appreciate it. The first is from a photo of one of my sons and the last is from a magazine. :o))

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  6. What an accomplishment. Doesn't it feel good to have finished this? There's no "quit" in you, my dear. Very proud of you. Your final drawing (from a magazine) is wonderful. Reminds me of someone I used to go to school with. what I really liked was they were ALL so different, yet showed how much fun you had when you were in your "zone."

    Again, CONGRATS!!!

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    1. Many thanks Elizabeth; you are very generous with your comments as always. Another blogland friend said the last face reminded her of Nana Mouskouri; a wee bit perhaps, if you squint, lol. I hope you have a fabulous weeend ahead. :o))

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  7. Congratulations on creating 29 faces, these last few are amazing especially the first male face, there is something so deep and appealing about his eyes.

    Have enjoyed seeing how you have played and experimented, thanks for sharing and for the inspiration :-) xxx

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    1. You're very kind MoH, thank you so much for your comment. My son is a good looking guy ;o)

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  8. Well done on getting to 29! I always start these things but never manage to finish!!

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    1. Thank you Caz :D You're a busy lady and I'd be srprised if you could fit absolutely all of your activities in and still sleep, lol :o))

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  9. Congratulations Mo, and what an achievement! You have progressed so far with your faces and you should rightly be proud of yourself. I had to make a decision not to join in this time due to other commitments but hopefully will do the next one.

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    1. Thank you Linda, I appreciate your comment. I hope you can join in next time too, I love your style (hugs) x

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  10. Simply fabulous! Love seeing how much you progressed. (and your "self-portrait" is still my favorite!!)

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    1. Thank you Sue :o) You make me laugh ((Hugs))

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  11. Hi Mo
    First off congratulations on completing the task. Seeing the faces altogether really shows off your progress.
    Secondly your blog is looking wonderful and it's nice to see so many lovely comments on your work.
    I love the header picture.
    Lynn xx

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    1. Thank you Lynn, I'm glad I took part in the challenge and will do it again, time permitting. I have changed the blog header again, back to Toby Poby reading to Baby Toby, haha. The tulips were fine but every time I looked it annoyed me that it didn't fit properly, tut, haha. :o) xx

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  12. Bravo Mo!!! Your talent is really showing in this challenge.

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  13. Congratulations on achieving a marvelous job! I'm especially impressed with the realism and detail in your first and last portraits. Blessings!

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    1. Thank you so much Arnoldo, I appreciate your kind words :o)

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  14. Congratulations on finishing all the faces - they all are different, but all wonderful.

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  15. Your faces just get better and better with all this practice. Well done you on achieving this target. Most impressive! Jenny x

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    1. Thank you Jenny, I'm delighted I took part :o))

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  16. These are fabulous sketches. I always admire people who can sketch faces as I am useless at them.
    Hugs
    xx

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  17. love all the faces I was concerned that you were not creating - oh my have you been busy xxx Have a lovely weekend

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Thank you for taking the time to comment, I appreciate every one of them ((hugs)) :-))

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