Saturday, April 4, 2015

D is for Drip-Drop

This month I am participating in the A to Z Challenge.  Each day of April, except Sundays, represents a different letter of the alphabet and I will be posting Zentangle art using patterns that start with the letter of the day.  I have been wanting to learn more tanglepatterns and I am using this challenge as incentive.  If you are interested in joining the challenge or checking out some other blogs, visit this link.

This is my version of Drip-Drop, with a little CO2.

Drip-Drop was a really simple tangle-pattern to draw.  As I was drawing this pattern, it made me think about the weather here in Oregon, as it does rain a lot here, so I decided to add a little CO2 at the top of the design to represent the sun that is shining outside my window right now.

4 comments:

Idea-ist said...

That's interesting! (I had to look up what zentangle is) I love the use of color. I used to do something similar whenever I had writersblock I'd flip to another page and started with a line that repeated until I added a shape...eventually what I wanted to say would wander into mind...

Kern Windwraith said...

Zentagle is new to me. Very interesting, and I love the drip drop pattern you've created.

This challenge always teaches me something new--thank you!

Pam Margolis said...

ive heard of zentangles but dont know much about it. very interesting and i look forward to checking in to see how you get on.

Loca4crafts said...

Thank you for all the comments.

Idea-ist, that sounds like a great way to fight writer's block.

Kern, that's what I love about this challenge. So much to learn.

Pam, I hope you enjoy what you see.