Mixed Media Portraits with Pam Carriker mini book review by Cristina Parus @ creativemag.ro
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Mixed Media Portraits with Pam Carriker mini book review

Hello dear ones! Mixed Media Portraits with Pam Carriker book just arriver yesterday and I thought I should make a short flip though so you can see how amazing this book really is. In the video below you’ll also learn about some of the art materials used by Pam to create her portraits! Enjoy it and tell me what you think about it in the comments of this post. Looking forward to hear from you!


Buna dragii mei! Cartea Mixed Media Portraits with Pam Carriker a sosit ieri la oficiul postal si m-am gandit sa fac un scurt video ca sa puteti vedea cat de minunata este acesta carte. In videoul de mai jos voi vorbi si despre cateva materiale folosite de Pam pentru a crea portretele sale mixed media! Bucurati-va de video si spuneti-mi cum vi se pare cartea in comentarile acestui post. Abia astept sa vad ce credeti despre carte!

7 thoughts on “Mixed Media Portraits with Pam Carriker mini book review

  1. Thank you for the book preview. Must be completely in love with drawing faces for having it. But I really like your brown paper journal ( I still didn’t have enough time to make mine, but I didn’t quit either on the idea 😉 . Someday… sometimes…. ) .
    Nice to see you 🙂

    1. Yes, Teodora, portraits are my thing. I can rarely finish up a page if it don’t have a face on it! 😉 The brown paper journal is easy to make, but yeah, it takes your will to create it. Mine is just for practice and I love the freedom that it offers! Thanks for stopping by!

  2. Now I’m really eager to have that book soon! But I will have to wait for the right time to purchase it. Perhaps I can ask a local bookstore to order it for me. Thanks for sharing, Cristina. It’s also great to see your face on cam. 🙂

    1. If you can ask them to order it for you, why not? I could have done that here, but probably it would have been more expensive that way. The book arrived in 8 days with UPS International. I guess my face was a little bit of surprise for many 😉

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