Patterns and zentangles added to fill the page around a scrap of paper pasted in.
Tangles with a Border
I ended up with this border in a my molie a while ago (from the corner of a page filled during a seminar) and it’s had a lonely blank page underneath it for a while. Well, now with some zzentangling, the page is alive.
I spent the weekend at a cabin in the woods with a few friends just hanging out, hiking, commiserating, etc. The first night was very cold and rainy, so we built ourselves a fire to stay warm. This is a quick sketch of the pile of wood we got together at the beginning.
A page that grew from a desire to practice zentangling and an experiment in doing it inside a pre-defined shape.
An after-lunch seminar combined with some previous reading about historic graffiti art ended up giving me this.
Nikira posted a video about zentangling a while ago and it got me thinking about how I haven’t done that in a very long time. I started with a molie page painted with acrylic paint and just let patterns grow with my micron pen.