Thanks Keiko! Mine was a pretty good likeness.
Love it, Keiko! That is so kind! How would you draw Keiko?
Vincent,I'm glad you like it.
Lu,At first, I didn't know what to do with only two letters, but when I drew, it came out easily. I drew yours twice, and I think I selected the first one. First, I fold a computer paper in half three times, and each rectangle, I just try to make a face out of the alphabet of a name. We have unlimited possibility to do this. So, I experiment different combination, shapes, angles, large/small, thin/thick, and so on.Just try it. On one piece of paper, we can draw 16 faces. Feel free to do anything within the limited space and the alphabets. I think your children will like it. If you let me know their names I'll try to come up with something.
Perfect! Thank you, Keiko.~Little Rebb Riding Hood. Hehe. :)
Hi Little Rebb Riding Hood,That's perfect!I also uploaded more faces you know except Ikuyo whom I met on Facebook.
Rebb told me about these faces and I rushed over to check. They are fascinating and a worthy work of art for an exhibition if you would organise one. MIne does strike a chord of me. ThanksThat sort of green or colored shading that Ryokan did on the sides looks nice too.
Ashok,I'm glad you find it interesting. Among all the faces, I thought yours came out with a lot of personality. That's what I strive for.About the other one, I drew them, and the green shade came out although there was no green on the white sheet.
How original, sweet and delightful. Faces in letters, (and words). What a clever translation of line shapes. You have some super ideas Keiko. :)
Thank you, ZACL!
This is really neat! I was surprised to see the name Kristie!
Kristie,I'm glad you found your name!
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