Saturday, August 27, 2016

ZENTANGLE CHALLENGE: ADALPHA

Hi everyone! I’m back today with more Zentangle. I hope you enjoy!

AdalfaChallenge
AdalfaChallengeLineArt
Size: 3.5 x 3.5”; Zentangle Patterns: A-dalpha, Angel Fish, Gems

This week the Shading Zentangle challenge pattern is A-dalpha I wanted to keep this one simple and add a bit of color. You know, let the main pattern shine! This was done with a Micron pen and graphite pencils. The gems were done with Prismacolor and a white pen.

Thank you so much for stopping by! Please take a second to let me you were here!

Enjoy creating!
Ellen

Thursday, August 25, 2016

ZENTANGLE CHALLENGE: VIADUCT

Hi everyone! I’m back today with more Zentangle. I hope you enjoy!


ViaductChallenge

ViaductChallengeLineArt

Size: 3.5 x 3.5”; Zentangle Patterns: Viaduct, Nzeppel, Y-Chain, Tipple, Flux, Fescue, Black Pearl, Striping


This week the Shading Zentangle challenge pattern is Viaduct. I used a lot of different tangles in this, but I tried to repeat the patterns. I also tried to extend the shading to distinguish the different layers; hope you can tell!

This was done with a Micron pen and graphite pencils.

Thank you so much for stopping by! Please take a second to let me you were here!

Enjoy creating!
Ellen

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

ZENTANGLE CHALLENGE: OKE TANGELATION

Hi everyone! I’m back today with more Zentangle. I hope you enjoy!


OKETangelationChallenge

OKETangelationChallengeLineArt

Size: 3.5 x 3.5”; Zentangle Patterns: Oke, Shattuck, Scrawlz, Navaho


Last week, the Shading Zentangle challenge pattern was Oke tangelation. I have never done a tangelation before, so this is my take. Now, once I started, I realized I wanted the Oke tangle in the center, so I started over, but I forgot to take another picture of the line art. But you can get the idea from the photo above.

 
After drawing the outline of Oke, I added and aura and then filled in with black pen. The center of each section reminded me of Shattuck, so I chose that tangle as a filler.  This was done with a Micron pen and graphite pencils.

Thank you so much for stopping by! Please take a second to let me you were here!

Enjoy creating!
Ellen
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