I've found a skirt, which was only half finished, from somebody who participated in a sewing session with me once. It is a white cotton skirt without any pattern in the weave or anything.
So I took it downstairs with me and started smudging it with some leftover paint.
Then I took a linol cut of a woman done some time ago and covered her with pastel and sprayed it with my hairspray.
I printed one side of the skirt with the linol. I used two different purple/violets. This worked all right, as the skirt already is all smudgy. I think it doesn't have to be perfect prints, but they are clearly visible.
On the other side of the skirt I drew a face of a young girl all smiling, I'm glad she will not see it, but for this purpose it is ok.
And a cat's face, Frankie!
Some more photos, but there is still room for more drawings :-)
I have found some figures and faces in the blots of acrylics, maybe you can find a few of them?
You can enlarge the photos, by right click on your mouse and open it in a new window.
I will add some doodling before I call it finished, so off to work!
Have done some! :-)
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I am also participating in the 29 faces-challenge. If you would like to see some of the faces I have done so far you can find them under the tag: 29 faces in the sidebar