Saturday, September 24, 2016

Relax, Bro! DC # 285

It's been awhile again since I posted, but at least I'm here now! This challenge really spoke to me because I find I do things much differently when they are done just for me. I tend to fill a lot more space and just let things flow wherever they want. In fact, the one I did for this challenge just happened one day when I decided to do absolutely nothing except what I wanted with the day. I actually started this one in mid-afternoon and finished up well after midnight. But then, I do most of my work well after midnight because that's when there's nobody awake to make demands on my time...except for one or two of the cats and they tend to mostly leave me alone. Anyway, I couldn't even begin to tell you about this one except I decided to use my sepia pen to do most of my drawing (could also be because my black one is about to give up the ghost). I did start with Ellish, because I love it and also because my name starts with "L", so it appeals to me. Then my pen just kind of did it's thing with Flux and Tipple and a few others that I'm not at all sure what they are. Anyway, this was a most relaxing piece for me and I know that I need to do more of this kind of exercise to really find the "zen" in my life again.


Thank you for stopping by this week and as always, I always love remarks and comments (as everyone does). I try to get around to the blogs of everyone and leave feedback, but my hands don't always cooperate these days. Hopefully, I'll be back in the swing of things soon so I can play again with these challenges. If you would like to join in the fun as well, please stop by the Diva's blog and check out all the wonderful challenge pieces. You can find it here (click here) and you may decide you want to join us each week. Until next time .... Have a 'zen' ful day!

9 comments:

  1. The combination of sepia, braun and black is beautiful on this drawing.I love the chosen tangles, this is a wonderful work!!!

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  2. Beautifully done. I love the colors you used and the tangling is so smooth and flowing. I love the look of Ellish but it is one that likes to fight me. Maybe I will revisit it one of these days now that I've seen how well you did it!

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  3. I too love your choice of colours, really looks good.

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  4. I too love your choice of colours, really looks good.

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  5. This is lovely. Relaxing and enjoying the process is really important.

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  6. Good that you found the way back to this challenge and .... with such a lovely zentangle!!!

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