I do love surfing through the art of my friends and chatting, but it does suck up the time. So I’ve been tryiing to limit my online time a little, and as a result I’ve been woefully remiss in featuring other artists lately. Which is terrible. But I’ve been getting my drawing done, which is theContinue reading “My tangle pattern: Roundabear-a tangle of the crittur doodle kind”
This seems so easy, that I can only hope no one else has come up with it.
TinkeredArt asked for the steps to this pattern, and I love when that happens, so here ’tis!
Busy day, but I still managed to get a fair size zendoodle done. The light wasn’t great so it isn’t my best, but I managed to keep the kids entertained doing it!. Thought I’d give you an easier pattern than yesterday’s!
First off, Happy 4th of July to those who celebrate, and Yay! for me. I’ve reached 100 followers. One of those things in life that mean nothing–what’s the big difference between 100 and 99 or 101? But it makes you feel so cool when you hit that number. Thank you all for visiting my blog,Continue reading “My tangle pattern: Triquetra”
It’s been a while since I posted a pattern specifically designed as a lesson in shading. I was playing around with drawing the illusion of glass and realized this was perfect for the task. For those of you who haven’t lost all their marbles but don’t want to shade–I’ve included a variation without it. Enjoy!
This is another celtic inspired pattern-the lazy person’s celtic knot, lol!
This pattern is sort of a freeform weave, more structured than Hollibaugh, but looser than Rick’s Parallel. The last panel shows ways to vary it by adding texture in-between. Enjoy!
The official zentangle newsletter just came out, and features a new, easier way to do Nzeppel.
What would we do without cubbyholes, for tucking away this and that?That’s why I created this pattern–for all our Bric-A-Brac.