Week 6 is Done √


Hard to believe it but I have now completed six weeks of The 100 Day Project. It seems to be going by quicker this year than last. We are almost half way through.

As you know – if you’ve been following my posts – I am using the YouTangle.art Tiles from Hahnemühle for the entire 100 days. And I’m drawing with the Zensations Technical Drawing Pens from Zebra Pen every day. I am an Artist Ambassador for Zebra and they donated the pens I’m using. I also do product reviews for Hahnemühle, Carol graciously donated the tiles I am using for the project. Day 36 was a basic straight up tangled tile. All black and white with no representation of anything particular. The tangles I used are crescent moon, barquillos, printemps and flying geese.

Day 37 was fun to tangle. I’m not sure if this is an already named and claimed pattern or not. I started with a mooka and just added auras off both sides until they connected at the bottom. Easy peasy! The color on this tile came from distress oxide inks that I rubbed on a craft mat, sprayed with water and basically turned them into a watercolor, then rubbed my tile in the color. Fun and fast!

The color in Day 38 comes from distress ink – which is a little different from the oxides. I used ink pads of spun sugar and seedless preserves and rubbed them in circles on the tile. I love these two colors together! The tangle is punzel – it’s one of the Zentangle® patterns and I added auras feathering down the sides.

For Day 39 I went back to basic black tangling on the white tile. Jetties, abukas and one I’m calling loop screen. Lots of fun and it came together quickly – which is about the only way this 100 day is going to continue to happen. Hahahaha! I have so many projects I am working on at the same time.

The colors in Day 40 came from Jane Davenport’s Inkredible Inks. They are so easy to turn into watercolor and make beautiful – and fast – backgrounds. For tangling I was playing with tangleations of loop screen.

Day 41 has to be my favorite tile so far! Those beautiful colors are Daler Rowney Acrylic Inks. I dropped them onto my craft mat and just smooshed the tile around in the beautiful color! The tangle is a new one from Jody Genovese called TunnelVizion. So much fun!

And that brings us to Day 42. The end of week 6. I used the distress oxide ink pads for the color. I used them like a watercolor and I added some printemps in white gel pen over those purple areas and blox everywhere else. So much fun and easy to draw! Shading makes this piece pop.

Week 7 has started and I haven’t done the first thing for it. I think I’m two days behind already. I’m working hard on a new book and right now it is getting priority. When I get tired of working on the book I tangle a tile. When I get 7 more done I will show you another week.

YouTangle.art Tiles and other Hahnemühle products with links to purchase
Technical Drawing Pens from Zebra Pen
The 100 Day Project

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12 thoughts on “Week 6 is Done √

    • that is my favorite so far. I love the cute little guys and they are fun to draw 🙂

  1. Day 42 … love this tile❣
    Alice, you inspired me (and many others in the group too) immensely. Thank you ❣
    Gee … six weeks! I’m sure we all are going to rock this thing❣

    • hahaha! I hope we rock this thing! I’m thankful I can be an inspiration – thank you for the nice words <3

  2. The are all so great!
    Sorry I have slacked off, not myself lately.
    Trying to get back on track though.
    How is Mark doing? I hope much better, did he bring home a lot of fish?
    Have a beautiful day.

    • mark is doing better now. and he has been able to go fishing once here in Maine since he got back – so he is happy. and then it snowed during the night. not good. hahahaha! I hope you are feeling better soon, more like yourself, although I do understand. still praying for you, dear friend. <3

  3. Fascinating seeing them all together – loop screen is such an interesting tangle with so much potential & I love the soft pastels of that final tile with the white & black tangling

    • thanks 🙂 I hope you will try loop screen.i keep finding new ways to draw it.

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