Inktober (Day 1)…

I’ve decided to try to do Inktober this month. 😀  Find out more about Inktober, here. Basically it’s a month long encouragement to draw every day.

Today I decided to incorporate both the official prompt list and the zentangle prompt list.

Today was Swift and the tangle Bunzo


Closeup…

Swift made me think of wind blowing, so I incorporated Flotsam (from Totally Tangled) and Gust with Bunzo


Tools Used:

  • Sakura Pigma Micron Pen (01)
  • Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen

Pups…

I haven’t been able to find the time to do yoga since we got the dogs (not quite 4 months ago), this morning I decided to try to make the time… Duke wasn’t sure about me, and looked rather confused…

Penny thought I was boring…

 

In other news… Penny REALLY likes dried blueberries… gimme…

Mug drawing…

Crazy ‘nzepple  was the Diva Challenge this week, I didn’t get a chance to do it on paper, but I did practice it on a mug…

Until next time…
~nic

 

 

 

4 thoughts on “Inktober (Day 1)…

    • Thanks! 😀 My drawings never really looked like what I wanted, but once I found Zentangle I really started to blossom… since everything is abstract it usually looks really neat once you are finished. 😀

        • The premise is that anyone can do zentangle… if you can draw a dot, i, c, s, o … then you can do any of the tangles. Tangles are designs that can be done in 6 steps or less. In zentangle, “there are no mistakes”, so if you have a line go off in some wild direction, just incorporate it into your design. It’s suppose to help you get into a meditative state, not make you anxious about making a perfect drawing. So if you have a pen and some paper you can be on your way. Typically the ’tiles’ are 3.5-inches x 3.5-inches so that you can finish a drawing in just a short time and get instant gratification. A great site for some tangles to try is tanglepatterns.com

          I hope you try it out, good luck! 😀

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