I liked it better when I was posting a piece of
art each day for The 100 Day Project,
but life has a way of interfering.
This post will catch you up with everything
I’ve done through yesterday.
The tangled string above is from the first
page of strings in my new book
The tangle is rain from Zentangle® HQ.
Available on Amazon, there are a total of
378 strings already drawn for you.
All you need to do is tangle them.
Day #57 goes back to my
This technique is one I learned from fellow CZT
Tracy Lake. It involves the use of black gesso.
I was impressed I found a jar in my desk.
Day #58 was completing a drawing I started quite
some time ago based on an Eni Oken video class.
You know how I love dragons!
This was drawn in my
Some of the tangles include:
Day #59 must remain a secret until later.
Day #60 was part of my Getting Sketchy work
for my Facebook group Zentangle All Around.
Sketchbook work where I was practicing tangles:
Apologies to Kathy Redmond.
That tangle on the right is called A-fog
and it was created by Kathy.
I recently posted a prompt in Zentangle All Around
for some inked string art. So much fun!
While Kali was here we played with this idea.
This particular spread of pages was made in
my Baby Leda using autumn gold Daler Rowney
and betweed to the page on the right.
For day #62, I added the tangle printemps
to the page on the left.
Here they are together.
Yes, I could have done much more tangling
on these but I really liked the simplicity.
And day #63 – was again in the Baby Leda.
I used printemps (of course) and a new
tangle I’ve been playing with.
I’m calling it corrogate.
The 100 Day Project is over halfway complete,
but you can still get involved if you would like to.
You can read about the project here.
And if you would like to join us in
as we do this project together,
just click here.
You will need to ask to join the group
and I will let you in.
It is that easy!