Aquafleur with Tiny Details


Our Art Club Facebook group is having a challenge around the latest Art Club lesson, Shading Tiny Details. The challenge is to create a crazy Aquafleur. I had so much fun with this! I didn't mean for it to turn out like a landscape, but it did, some fantastic far away land.   


I created the black and white area with a regular Sakura Pigma micron, and added a mooka3D backgroud with a pen of a different color. I completed the shading with copic markers and colored pencils. Here is the line-art for you to see:


Aside from a super funky, detailed Aquafleur, I also used Mooka3D and Twisted Rope. Here is a different view:


Shading Tiny Details Video Lesson

Learn how to create amazingly intricate detail on Zentangle or your doodles with this video lesson.