Thursday, October 25, 2012

Tangles for a Rainy Day...

It's a cold rainy day in the Inland Northwest and I've finished the ink work on "Rainy Day Tangles".  I love the bold graphic look and not sure if I want color or just shading or what.  So I'll let it hang around for a bit while I make up my mind.  It may the the largest Zentangle I've done to date at 8x10.  I did it on Arches cold press watercolor paper thinking that I would paint it with either watercolor or inktense or acrylic ink and this paper would accept it best.  What I did find was that because of the bumps in the paper that the Sakura Pigma Sensei 04 pen which has a hard nib, worked better on this surface than the Sakura Microns which got too wobbly when they hit a bump!  Now for a relaxing cup of tea and then back to work for me.

There are still places in my upcoming Zentangle workshops for all ages and all levels.  The first one is Saturday, November 10th at New Moon at 906 S. Cowley Street, Spokane, WA.  Contact me at 509-995-1647 to find out more and sign up for a workshop.  You can also send me an email at  Hope to see you soon!

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