Zentangle Zendoodle Delights
I love this doodle-y art form, despite all the controversy surrounding it. I have made tons of pages and content relating to them, but lately have been too busy to actually enjoy creating Zentangles for their own sake. What do you need to make them? Paper, pen, pencil and an eraser. What could be simpler. If you’d like to try for yourself, click the image.
Did lots of these last year and had the sudden urge to do another. Found some great photos on Flickr. One cat’s owner had posted lots of their beautiful Neska, so I decided to take advantage. We have got four cats of our own, but they are hopeless at sitting still for the necessary stone pose.
Basics: Rock, paint brushes and spray varnish. Easy, right? Click the cat to see how it’s done.
After a long, long hiatus, I am back and ready to restart my 365 project.
I am really enjoying making these doodle paintings. I love the fact that the painting process is quick and easy but that I can spend hours (or not) playing with the doodling. There will be more of these, I’m sure.
Materials used: watercolor paint, watercolor paper or pad, black fine liner pen, whit gel pen. Click on the image or see “How to Paint a Doodle” for a step-by-step.