I was playing around with a gel ink pen the other night and this page is the result.
An abstract page that came up when I decided to try experimenting with zentangling in multiple colors.
Or should this be called a ‘Celtangle’? Intrigued by Celtic knot work, I thought I’d base my next zentangle on the familiar ‘Triquetra’ or ‘Trinity’ knot. This one didn’t go at all like planned but I persevered and I’m fairly happy with the end result. I really would like to play a bit more with this form though, so don’t be surprised if I post a few more ‘Celtangles’ in future
(Faber-Castell PITT artist pens in 13x21cm Moleskine sketchbook)
Eyes of the World
Enjoying a quiet evening with friends, watching some TV and chatting, this page popped up.
Drawin with ink, watercolor, pastel and sanguine on colored paper (handmade sketchbook).
On a road trip with friends I found some time to doodle with ball-point pen and then fill in some background with my microns.
Playing with transforming patterns, positive to negative. After I finished the two spheres it just felt right to add some ribbons & bowes. Not sure about the warm greys I used on the ribbons though, as the marker was absorbed too quickly by the Moleskine paper and went a bit too stripy for my taste.
Faber-Castell PITT pens (XS, S, F, M and B) in 13x21cm Moleskine sketchbook.
Illustration on handmade sketchbook.
Ink and colored pen.