The challenge is given this week by guest blogger Jane Reiter.
We should be inspired by the Petoskey stones.
I never heard of them, They are amazing!!!
I decided to draw Crazy Huggins as the basis and see how to fill it in for the challenge.
I think it was perfect to draw the Petoskey stones in it.
I am very happy with the result.
Challenge # 330
This week Zentangle plates.
A challenge from the guest Jeanette Clawson.
This was a lot of work and I enjoyed every minute of it.
I used a brown, sepia and orange Micron and colored with Albrecht Dührer watercolor pencils.
This week we received the newsletter from Zentangle HQ with the new tangle SPOKEN
I have been playing with it for quite a long time with these tiles as a result.
I drew on lilac paper, drawn with a purple and blue Micron and colored (shaded) with colored pencils.
This was so much fun to do, I love SPOKEN, so many possibilities with it.
The background I meandered with a sharp blue pencil, I hope you can see that.
The next one is SPOKEN, but only the first part of the tangle. (without the crossing over)
It gives a complete different effect.
This was so much fun, it took me several hours to make the both tiles.
Also love the combination of purple and blue on lilac.
Is the Challenge from the Dutch guest tangler Marguerite Semema.
We should draw Fragment D1 from Fragments and Reticula.
On the first tile I used D1 and Q1.
For the second one I combined D1 with Mooka and Flux.
(I did not see the tile of Marguerite yet where she also combines those tangles.)
What a coincident!
Both are drawn with brown and sepia Micron and colored with colored pencils.
Tangle "LISBON" by Henrike Bratz
What a great tangle to play with !
The first tile I did on Elefantenhaut with a brown, black and Sepia Micron and shaded with colored pencil.( Maybe you don't see Lisbon in it, but it really is the base of this tile.)
The second one (I forgot the Diva Dance) with blue and brown Micron and also shaded with colored pencils.
The challenge this week comes from Jessica Davies.
She's the first tangler who does the challenge while Laura and her family are on vacation.
My contribution is a part of an OPUS tile I am working on.
This is just a part of the tile, and I hope that next week I can show it finished.
Diptisch or in Dutch Tweeluik
is the challenge this week.
From a very hot (30 degrees Celcius) Holland, I'm working inside the house with windows and curtains closed to keep it cool.
Also did some drawing in the weekend.
Tangle study "Molygon"
Some time ago I was playing with Onamato and suddenly I gave the orbs a face.
And so the Onamato baby's where born.
For the challenge I drew them in the middle and surrounded them with Molygon, and also gave them a Onamato look.