For the the sixth round of the Rhodia Journal Swap I decided to share my ‘Favorite Thing’ of creating steps that deconstruct designs and make them easier to draw. My work is Zentangle®-inspired, but for the patterns I’m creating for this journal, I’m departing even further from the Zentangle method. (Tomorrow, you’ll see the Children’s book I did in the 5th round of the swap)
Because the swap is done in a Rhodia Webnotebook, which has a grid of light gray dots I decided to share patterns that are a bit difficult to draw freehand. They can be done without grid paper but are much easier to do with squares.
Prow can be varied by the way it is shaded.
You can see my first pattern Pywakit in yesterday’s post.