I’ve been feeling pulled in a thousand different directions lately… I meant to post this, wow, almost a week ago… heh.
I attended an online class (Urban Details), on November 29th, where we went to Italy (virtually) and then drew a portion of the ceiling of the Pisa Cathedral, but with a zentangle twist. I’m a member of Eni Oken’s Art Club so I decided to attend, and I had fun.
Here’s what I was able to draw in class…
Then I finished it later that night…
I’ve been working on coloring more of my Inktober monsters… but it feels like lately every post is a plug for my store… which feels weird. I’m clearly not in marketing, because I’m very out of my comfort level with all this stuff. But I thought I’d mention that I have colored in Cousin Whatchamacallit and Mr. Warheads… they are not yet up in my store… I had to fiddle and noodle with the colors after the first print, I think I’m ready to spend some time getting them ready for the store soon.
Until then, PUPPIES! Because, puppies. 🙂
Until next time…
4 thoughts on “Urban Details… (Zentangle)”
I like it. It reminds me of the doodles I did when I was younger. It actually led me to painting Norwegian Rosemaling.
I had to look up Norwegian Rosemaling… I’ve seen that artwork before, but didn’t know what it was called. I really like flowy patterns, so neat that you do that. 🙂
I am glad that you looked it up. It is a bit addictive if you get into it. Maybe some of the designs will inspire you.
Thanks, they just might, I like swirly and flowy, and flowery patterns. 🙂