My Artist Blog
This "blog turned gallery" is the fountain of inspiration for my ebooks on Creativity and Art.
The list of ebooks just keeps growing!
An insane amount of detail on Zingo, the lovely tangle deconstructed by Indy and Mazzy.
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I tangled Crescent Moon over a distressed tile. Fun!
Adding Tri-bee and Ruutz to a distressed tile was fun!
I just love this technique of working with distressed inks, colorizing without any colored pencils.
Another distressed Zentangle tile, this time with more subdued colors.
More distress ink background with MI2
Still playing with distress inks and loving it!
Echo Lines, just exploding with vibrant color!
A tile from January turns into my longest Video Class yet.
I got featured in the author focus at pattern-collections.com!!!!
Whoa, where did this come from? Wavy echo lines playing with Jay-six.
The fun with echo lines continues with a brush pen and Black pencil.
I can't get enough of echo lines, they are just addictive!
Where do these dreams come from? Beats me, they are just fun to draw and to look at.
Sometimes even an inch or two makes a difference when working in smaller formats.
Shading a really large Trio tangle -- was enjoyable, but I still prefer tiny tiny details.
Shading over black tile is possible even when using a very high focus tangle such as Aquafleur.
Any kind of dream can happen when you let the pen take over.
Shading with a 6B pencil is not so bad after all -- on the contrary, turned out to be a bucket of fun!
There was so much detail and overlap in this picture, I had to pull out a pencil I haven't used very much. What a surprise I had, I actually enjoyed it so much! And the shading didn't take that long at all.
A Vibrant Green Zendala, created with ink and colored pencils. So much fun! to shade and to create, wow, look at all that detail.
Kandy Ribnz, the focus of this week's challenge, using renaissance style.
For the very first time I decided to participate in the challenge "It's a String Thing", held by Adele Bruno. And what do you know, the string is a HEART, just in time for Valentine's Day!
The party continues here, with more renaissance tangles.
Hamail and Vega go partying too!
Crescent Moon ready to party!
Seven tangles! Wow, I'm not used to having it so crowded.
Well, I can conclude that I'm not a "pen flicker". Experimenting with ballpoint pen (biro) shading. Results are fun, but I have no patience for it!
Still basking on the distress ink technique explored last week, this tile uses Neuron to produce inner light.