Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Zentangle moleskin

The zentangle journey continues. Here is the latest installment which includes a face. I continue to be aware of shapes in nature as well as in magazines and other print media. This section is 3 pages of my moleskin.


 One evening I just plunked myself down, determined that I would do a sketch. With a Pitt pen I drew this violet (I'm so proud that it is blooming). Over two sessions, I added the colored pencil.


Triple digit temperatures today. I did have to water some outdoor plants as they were drooping by noon. Yikes!

7 comments:

marancat said...

I love that lady's hair!

nanke's stuff said...

Yes, I zeroed in on the hair too! But the hearts are wonderful, too. Good job with the violets .... I'm sorry it's so hot there! nancy

Cathy Holtom said...

Lovely drawings, I like the hair too :)

Carol Leigh said...

Oh, man, *I* was going to say I loved the hair! Obviously not fast enough... Cool stuff from you, lady. --Carol Leigh

Alex said...

I am sorry you couldn't see the sketch on my post. I don't know how to help.
Anyway, love your zentangles as always(this one shows a lot of fun factors!) And love the drawing too.

Cheryl said...

Love the hearts! So lacey on the edgings.

Thanks for dropping by my blog and for the welcome to edm.

Cheryl (aka Grandma Coco)

Revelle said...

i love the delicateness (is that a word?) f your zentangle. Most of the ones I see seem very black and harsh. Teis is delicate and beautiful!