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The Time Girl #2

Posted by Clare Brookes on Friday, February 19, 2016,

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Anna from Frozen

Posted by Clare Brookes on Monday, February 15, 2016,

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The Wedding Ceremony

Posted by Clare Brookes on Monday, February 15, 2016,

This young girl is being showered with pollen in preparation for her wedding ceremony... The 'pollen' in the drawing is actually shiny xx


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Golden Pollen Beautiful Girl

Posted by Clare Brookes on Thursday, February 11, 2016,

This beautiful image offered so much opportunity for pattern. Also I think it would look good with gold, silver and/or colour. Expect to see it again......xx

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A Laughing Tongue

Posted by Clare Brookes on Thursday, February 11, 2016,

Could *not* resist this image - full of joy! xx

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A Drawing a Day - Day 24

Posted by Clare Brookes on Monday, January 25, 2016,

Mother and Daughter #2 Mother

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Illustration Friday "Hidden"

Posted by Clare Brookes on Monday, September 9, 2013,


"Hidden" pencil on paper, 8/9/2013

This week's topic for Illustration Friday is "Hidden"

This topic spurred thoughts in me about hidden emotions, feelings, facial expressions. Why do we hide something so beautiful? When we have an up-rushing of emotion why do we cast our eyes down, why hide away from a lover?

No I don't have an answer, but I wanted to capture that idea - of a hidden emotion...

xx faerie xx

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Illustration Friday "Lush"

Posted by Clare Brookes on Monday, September 2, 2013,

I chose an orchid a plant that, to me, is super-lush. And a super-lush boy to go with it. I think lush is a wonderful word for a man in make-up. Watch this space for a colour version as I have really enjoyed working on this piece!! xx



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Face Painting

Posted by Clare Brookes on Tuesday, June 14, 2011,
Face Painting

"You rock at face painting!"

You will need: face paints, wet wipes, mirrors, probably dress-up costumes afterwards...

I really recommend before starting this that you check the face paints – some brands and colours are harder to wash off, some easier.

This is a great face to face activity, with lots of contact. Don't worry if you think you are not creative your child will love the attention if you speak gently to them and laugh at your mistakes (wet wipes are pretty good ...


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