Trying Top Model

As I continue to try new crafts when I got enough spare time one thing I’ve always wanted to do is drawing and colouring.Trying and failing to draw something I looked at made me decide to give up.

Then one day I saw this

top model pocket

Where inside you get one page finished and after that a few that you can finish yourself. So I decided to give it a go

This is Maxy’s finished page

Maxy original

This is my first effort at Top Model

My Maxy 1

Let me know what you think


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. gladeridercrafts
    Mar 13, 2015 @ 11:31:37

    Awesome idea! And I love your puppy’s ear- I think it’s better than the original!


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