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.