My First Workshop in Facial Portraits


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Now this is what it looks like to be scared and excited at the same time.  Now I carry a dry eraseboard everywhere—in my car anyways—to teach art at any moment or time.

This workshop was tough on purpose.  This was serious like facial reconstruction that the police could use!!  My worksheet with 7 pages and the ride to get to the end was fun.  This took some “Art Math” to the extreme and the lightbulbs all lit up at the same time…the first picture they did right off the top of their head vs. after the class was shocking.  Here’s to my new calling!

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