So, today I just decided to doodle at lunch today. These were done around 45 minutes. They are by far not my best doodles, but I feel like it’s important to show the viewers even the pieces that didn’t take any time to complete. Using doodling as a relaxation technique has raised my production in … Read More
I’m torn on whether or not I like this one. (pun intended). But you can find the challenge here.
I’m always amazed at what Joey comes up with for the challenges and I absolutely love doing anything with circles. In this challenge, found here, you can see that part of the challenge was also doing three tangle patterns. Disco, Drogon, and Msst. None of these have I attempted before, so the whole thing was challenging.
Ever since I started doing these spider webs, I can’t get enough of them. Maybe it is the time of the year with all the spooky decor, but I love drawing them and adding them to different pieces. This challenge was a lot of fun and of course, I got to add my webs. The … Read More
So the challenge was what I made into a leaf. I enjoy doing flowers and for some reason, this just seemed like a good leaf. You can see the challenge here.
This was a “Finish My Tile” challenge which she started with paradox. You can find the challenge here.
This challenge was so much fun. I enjoyed doing something a little different. You can find the challenge here.
This challenge can be found here. Essentially it was to create something using only straight lines. Well, this proved to be harder than I thought it would be, but I came up with a few patterns that used only straight lines.
I completed this flower with my 45-minute lunch break at work. I used a Sharpie for the thick lines and fine liners for the smaller lines.
You can find the challenge here. The more that I look at this challenge piece the more I really enjoy it. The clean lines and unique zentangle fillers have me mesmerized. I would love to know if you have completed this challenge and what you like most about it in the comments below.
So I started this with the line between the circles, and then just did random designs building outward. I love how it is just so random. Sometimes we just need to do a little bit of randomness, especially when we have a short amount of time to complete it.
Check out Joey’s Daily Challenge #131 here. This started out as the zentangle “buttercup” in the top right corner. I love adding flowers to anything and adding the circle string was just too much fun and created the perfect background. What do you think? Have you completed any challenges?
This challenge, found here, started with the tangle “tipple” on each corner. Very fun challenge. My mind immediately went underwater. I would love to know what you would have done with this tangle. Let me know in the comments below.
This one was fun and very out of my comfort zone. I learned a new tangle called Gra-vee. All the while I had to use a circle string with a loop in the center. I decided to add color to this piece because I felt like it gave it more dimension. If you want to … Read More
A little free-handing at lunchtime. What do you think? It looked like a garden with grubs, snails, and flowers to me, so I went with it!
This entry speaks to me in a crazy way. I didn’t set out to make this look like an eye, but it does. There is so much beauty in the world around us and we fail to take it in. I love the way this turned out. Diva Challenge #278-Knight star The inspiration behind this … Read More
I had so much fun with this challenge. I just knew that I needed to do mandalas as soon as she said circles. These mandalas were so much fun to create. I didn’t even know how many mandalas or how many layers each mandala had, I just went with my gut. This one took me … Read More