Saturday, 16 February 2013

Retro Baby, Face 14

I am still experimenting with the pastels but might need to buy myself a mask. The dust is causing my nose to be blocked permanently I don't like to think what else it might be doing to me. Anyway here is another little monkey which could possibly turn into a doll. I have called her Retro baby hoping she will attract many new visitors to my blog as it is a style you see a lot right now in the UK. Well that is Retro not Retro baby. I hope it comes up high on the search engines :)Well don't laugh you never know! What do you think is the dust affecting my brain?



11 comments:

Catherine Constance said...

Love Retro baby. He'll make a great doll. don't know how you get over the dust problem. Not good.
x

Elizabeth Johnson said...

Are you using pastel blocks or pencils? I find the soft pastel pencils to be less dusty. Also, the Panpastels are supposed to be much less dusty than even the pencils. You might test one color of them to see if it solves the problem.

Melanie said...

Weer een super schatje. En wat betreft die pastel stof...geen idee wat het met je doet...je maakt er in elk geval mooie tekeningen mee.
Liefs, Melanie

Janet said...

I don't have a solution for the dust other than maybe wearing a mask or respirator but that's not fun. I love the results of all that dust! Your Retro Baby is so cute.

Kyra Wilson said...

Retro Baby is a popular thing right now? I hadn't heard... :) Like the baby!

Tammie Lee said...

so cute

but i don't like what the pastels are doing to you

leekre said...

this is beautiful the pastels are beautiful

Bev said...

i love her but i think she looks like a nana not a baby lol and take care its your lungs u need to worry about especially if u are getting so much in your nose and i agree Pan Pastels are the go...
hugz bev

Jenny said...

Retro baby is beautiful Manon... I so rarely use my pastels for the same reason... the dust is crazy... but I do love my pan pastels...

Jenny ♥

Introverted Art said...

Manons he is just a cutie!

Lisa Graham Art said...

This is soft and adorable...beware of the pastel dust!