My goal for the year is to finish all the projects that I have started. This project I started in October. I was doing the my version of Inktober by drawing daily in my sketch pad during October. I drew the outline for this design and then I had to make a large drawing. This drawing was done on 16″x20″ art board using Sharpies, Faber Castell pens, and Sakura Metallic Pens. After the initial drawing and coloring, I know it needed something more. Months later, I settle on the “more” I wanted to add. It is based off Zentangle’s Crescent and variation of Paradox.
This drawing of tiny flowers was done with pencils.
This drawing was done on a 16″ x 20″ Art Board. It took a very long time to finished. (Okay, I had to stop and declare it finished.) It was inspired by art work I saw on TV. Every time the circles cross each other, they changed colors.
I was created with Derwent Watercolor Pencils and Derwent Inktense Pencils.
I have added some more of my drawings to the Coloring Page. You are welcome to print them out and color them. Below are the few recently added. Click on the image to open the PDF.
Here is my 2019 Christmas Card.
Here is my latest mandala. It was done on 16″ x 20″ Black Art Board using Sakura Moonlight pens.
It glows under a black light.
Here is my Inktober Drawing for 2019. It was done on a 20×16 Bristol Board. I used the Zentangle method for the drawing. I marked the four corner, drew wavy lines and circles. I made sure there was 31 sections and use the 2019 Zentangle Inktober list to fill one section a day. On October 31, I shaded all section of the drawing. Below is the results.
I also did mini (3.5″ x 3.5″) drawings for Inktober. I used the list provided by Pattern-Collection website. Those drawings are on the Drawings page.
Shading makes all the difference. I did not create this drawing for Inktober. It was just something I though of while I was traveling. It was done on 16″x20″ Bristol Board with Micron Pens and #2 pencil for shading. My drawing for Inktober is locate on my Drawing Page using the recommendation of the Pattern-collection group: