Feb 18, 2016

face 17 and 18 for 29 faces


tiny faces
(about one inch)
with 
plenty of detail




sometimes less detail is best for little faces
but i can not help myself

for Dori
I have added a photo in the original size
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14 comments:

  1. "...sometimes less detail is best for little faces
    but i can not help myself..."

    It#s good, dear Tammie, that you cannot help :)

    Your details are beautiful gems.

    Tiny face-jewels- here in the photos bigger than one inch - are so shining and incarnative!

    Can you show them here as tiny as they are in original? I also have some tiny drawings, in bigger photos somehow they loose their special "tinyness" -

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    1. hello dear Dori,

      Yes, it is good that i can not help it, it is what makes me happy. Thank you!

      I have updated the post with an image attempting to make it the original size. Might look different on your computer, i don't know.

      my day is just beginning.
      so many warm days here, snow is melting, ponds are thawing, had two new types of birds at the feeders yesterday.

      wishing you a sweet day.

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  2. Nice faces, Tammie!

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  3. Their tiny faces are so cute and I like details!

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  5. I have been following your beautiful faces every day, they are all very pretty. Today I am amazed at how small you can paint - because your eyes must still be very good! Thank you for your visit on my blog and the tulips comment. Greetings from Ulrike

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    1. thank you for your kind visit/message.
      for letting me know you have been seeing my faces, that means so much.
      i so enjoyed your tulip, i love macro photography and the amazing details it shows.
      lovely weekend to you!

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  6. So sweet. I love the first one especially. I've always had a preference for small things :-)

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  7. One inch! I know how small a one-inch painting is and these are tremendous, and they even enlarge so well.
    Lovely sensitive art.

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  8. Thank you, dear Tammie for showing us the original size and the bigger size! It's amazing, what your hands and eyes and talent set into this world and make some wonder more in this wonderful world, you show us!

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    1. you are welcome Dori
      and thank you so much for your appreciation and support!

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  9. I love your art and way of life, your heart and harmony-style in your art and soul!

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  10. Your art is so impressive. Just beautiful.

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So lovely of you to drop by! I love hearing from you~