I’ve added some more coloring pages to my blog. You are welcome to click on the links below to print and color these drawings. My other drawings are available on the Coloring Page.
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 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:
I am calling this drawing Sunflower Explosion, because it kind of exploded out of the mandala it was supposed to be contained within.
Drawn on Carson Art Board using Sakura Gel Pens.
It also glows under a black light.
It took me a while to post this drawing. I been trying to figure out if I could adjust my camera settings to take a better picture. That hasn’t worked out so well, yet. I think what I need is to put more light in the room.
I call it weird. Others call it pretty.
This mandala was create on 16″ x 20″ Carson Black Art Board using Sakura Metallic pens. It did not come out exactly as I expected, but the lines did provide a basket effect.
For some time, I have been wanting to draw a white mandala on black paper. I drew the grid for the mandala back in August. Yesterday, I finished the mandala. It may have taken more time to draw the grid than the mandala. Probably not.
Below is the result of my experiment with Derwent Inktense pencils. These pencils work by adding color to the paper and applying water. Once dry, the ink is permanent. Watercolor pencils and paint you can remoisten.
The drawing was done of watercolor paper with Micron pens.