I really enjoyed watching her work, and grabbed my sketchbook to follow her lead:
I like the hair on this one, above, the best, which I had not at all expected. And I think the heart cheeks on this one, below, are sweet.
My daughter thought this one, below, looked angry about something. I think she looks a little shy or distressed, like she's biting her lower lip.
I also used watercolor to fill in the portrait squares, as well as the frame around them, taking a cue from Alisa Burke who likes to fill in all the spaces on her sketchbook pages. I am in the midst of taking her online course, Sketchbook Delight. But that is news for another day's blog post!