Pezino tangle and Overlap
Happy Valentine's day! There are so many heart-themed challenges out there that I decided to do something different at the Shading Zentangle® Facebook group: we're exploring the power of one of my favorite "visual depth cues": OVERLAP. "Overlap", also called layering, is when you draw one thing in front another, partially hiding the one behind. Combined with carefully placed shadows from the front object cast on to the one behind it, an image can appear super 3-dimensional and complex.
Here is my entry for the challenge:
Here is the line-art for this tile:
And here is another picture of the final tile:
Black and gray ink over white tile, shaded with graphite pencil.
Tangles: Arnia, Zentwining, Beloved, Fatpaper and my brand new one Pezino. This fun little tangle looks great when repeated several times, or with a longer stem. Here is the step-out for you:
Enjoy using this tangle and feel free to add to Pinterest or print a copy for your own personal use!
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