Doodling « Elizabeth Rosenberg's Blog. I’ve always been a doodler.
All the way back in my high school days, I used to doodle while the teacher was lecturing (though I might have been better off if I’d taken notes instead). I’d fill page after page of my notebooks with doodles. Most of them featured spirals, which I loved even back then. I especially loved doodling during music appreciation class. I remember my doodles becoming very loose and flowing when listening to classical music. I’ve always found that my creativity is greatly influenced by music, and I try to make that work for me in my studio as often as possible by listening to music that makes me feel good. I thought it might be fun to share some of the doodles I’ve been creating lately. All of my doodles start out simple, like this one: But then, over time, I add to the blank spaces in each one, and they become more detailed. This one, which is completely filled in until there is almost no space at all, is finished. As for my quilting, well, I am doing some of that.
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Zentangle Inspired Art Gallery. I wanted to have all of this in the same place for easy review.
A little lime: Step-by-steps & patterns. Free Stuff - Zendoodle Art. 100+ Impressive Black and White Patterns Collection. You could have been in awe of the many freebies that Naldz started to share with you guys since the beginning of the year but it’s just a few from the many that you’ll be expecting the whole year round.
When it comes to patterns, we have been attracted to several colors and lines. They are all indeed impressive. This time, we look into Black and White selection of patterns and you’ll see the neutral yet awesome impression it’s going to give your design. An addition to the appeal these Black and White Patterns is going to create is the creativity of the mind. So browse through this post and enjoy collecting these freebies….
You may want to take a look at the following related articles: Zebra Stripe Pattern A cool seamless zebra pattern.Download Source Mono Ornate Scrolls This is a free repeat pattern and it has an ornate scroll theme.Download Source Mono Circles I This is a seamless black and white geometric circle pattern.Download Source Grungy Mono Fleur de Lis Pattern Black Swirls Antique Black. Step-by-steps & patterns. Examples of this and alternative method here I draw string a lot so it's all over the blog.
See also here and here. Step-by-steps & patterns. Line Design Explained : Deluxe Edition. I was asked if I could go into a bit more detail concerning the Line Design "process".
I think the easiest way is with a few more pictures than my previous post on "how to". I hope this helps...and as always...if you ever have questions about anything on my blog...e-mail me at email@example.com The materials you need for this project are good drawing paper(9x12...but could be done any size), Sharpie Marker, and your choice of media(see the bottom of this post for some ideas). Start with a gentle curve line across the paper. Don't go too crazy hilly with the line...it will make it difficult in the steps that are to come! Place eight dots on the line spaced at different distances. Go dot - to - dot across the entire line. As you are going dot -to- dot, you need to "camp out" on some of the segments. The two pictures above are the WRONG way to do this. So here you see the results of the ballooning out, pinching off, and going off the edge of your paper. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. My Tangle Patterns : un album sur Flickr.