Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Zentangle Moleskin

The journey continues. Here are sections 2 and 3 of this adventure. My goal is to fill an accordian fold moleskin with my zentangles.



I was trying to figure out my motivation to do this project and decided that this is a gift to me. This project is different than realistic drawings that I struggle to compose.  

11 comments:

bettyfromtexas said...

It truly is a gift! These are such gorgeous designs!!

Kristin Dudish said...

What a fun tangled sketchbook and a wonderful gift to yourself!

(I think your sketch quilt is fantastic!!!)

xo
Kristin

Joan said...

I'm new to Zentangles. Would love to be a certified teacher but that is not possible at this time.

Is the journal just for you or are you participating in an exchange?

I'm not very good at this, but I'm compiling a book of practice "tangles" so I can keep track of my progress.

Yours are lovely.

Cathy Holtom said...

It will be lovely to see them altogether when it's finished...you should draw what makes you happy!

PAMO said...

These are stunning! I love them so much. What a great gift to yourself.

Alex said...

They are awesome! I like how symmetries and natural flows were combined in both of them, not to mention the beautiful colors!

whatidoisme said...

Sandra - these are beautiful. You've definitely found your strengths here.

Sue

Revelle said...

Your zens are out of this world!!!

nanke's stuff said...

They make me feel happy just to look at them, so I can only imagine how much pleasure they give you to do them! nancy

Carol Leigh said...

Love what you're doing! --Carol Leigh

Beach Cat ! said...

Having found your blog this morning, I am getting nothing done and considering a 2nd pot of coffee while I admire all your art.