Tuesday, 15 January 2013

Zentangle A Day - 9

Crikey, I can't believe I've done nine straight days of Zentangles. They're great fun to draw but I'm feeling a bit Zenned out. I sense they will now be something to dip into every so often, rather than every day. Well, until I've finished the book that is. I'm beginning to start itching to do other things. I'm a slave to my ceaselessly restless nature. Anyhoo, here's my latest.

A bit easier than the previous ones but I did make a tiny boob. I was halfway through drawing the doodles when I realised I hadn't created a string to contain them. I filled the 3.5 inch square instead. Shows I need a break, methinks.

So instead of pulling out my journal, I have a bundle of craft magazines and books which I haven't even opened yet. I can see from here that they're beginning to gather dust. I'm going to use my spare time differently today, give my pencils a rest and indulge in looking at pretty photos of other people's creative talents.

Until next time, my lovely



Justie said...

Very interesting drawings Paul, it good to take a break and give your poor hand a rest, lol. I have finished one layout and got about three or four more to go. I'll be sure to post them on my blog for your viewing pleasure. Hope the week treating you well.

Cath Wilson said...

Ah, so you're supposed to draw a 'string' to fill? Personally, I prefer the square but I'm just an unarty soul (new word!). Enjoy your browsing... it will do you good. I keep being distracted by tidying but the aim is to stamp x

Michele said...

Wow you've been busy! Fab Zentangling! x

alexa said...

My goodness, I'm going to have to go back - I have clearly missed more than a few! I like that flake pattern particularly, and altogether the effect is visually intriguing. I'll be interested to see where it pops up next in your creative endeavours :).

JoZart said...

It has been a superb series and I'm sure, despite having been Zenned out, you will look at them with great satisfaction and should be proud of them to.
I look forward to your next art journey.
Jo x