February 9, 2009

Do you Zentangle?

Here is my attempt at a Zentangle! This is incredibly relaxing and it really helps me keep my hand steady for the finer lines. The only Fine point Sharpie I had on hand was a purple one. I tried this in another medium, it was an Art Journal page. I'll scan and post next. I find it's important to use a pen you like that really grips the paper. Possibly a color that inspires you. Remember, it doesn't have to be done in all one color. It is alot of fun! Give it try next time you find yourself with some extra time. You may really surprise yourself!!

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Created for God's Design said...

I love your blog because it encourages all to seek different avenues to creaivity.

I'm no artist, but enjoy puttering with knitting, collage and photos.

Thanks for sharing.

My Perspective said...

What a nice thing to say "Created".
I sometimes think that we need to
practice with our "artistic" side.
We need to go back to playing and
discovery. And allow ourselves some creative messes, LOL!

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