I have been working with this new floral zentangle inspired design.
For my latest Drawing class assignment I attempted to re-imagine the pattern as a “3D drawing”, which was the focus of the assignment.
Above is the design drawn on foam board and cut out using an x-acto knife. I mounted it on the wall slightly raised away from the wall (about 1 inch, using small pieces of foam board) so that you can see the shadows through the parts of the pattern I removed. The piece is about 1.5 x 1.5 feet big. I may paint it or colour it in the future, but won’t have time before it’s due.
Below is my second successful experiment with this pattern, drawn with permanent marker on a Styrofoam ball. First I painted the ball with a few layers of white acrylic paint.
There were a few other attempts I made that did not turn out but I guess you don’t know until you try! Just to give you an idea of what I was working from here is what the pattern looks like in it’s original 2D form:
Anyways I am working on about 5 other projects at once for my courses so I will have lots more to post in the future, so stay tuned!
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Have a great weekend everyone!
My latest creative venture involves creating miniature zentangle inspired/collage drawings like this one. This is the first one I made.
ACEO stands Art Cards, Editions and Originals.
ACEO’s are miniature artworks the size of baseball cards, 2.5 x 3.5 inches in size, and they are a spin off of ATC’s or Artist Trading Cards. They are highly collectible (and affordable), and they come in a variety of styles which are sold on eBay and other sites.
Here are some more zentangle inspired mini art cards I’ve created:
This is my latest piece, drawn with my new Faber Castel Pitt artist pens combined with collage.
I am trying to work a little bit with shading to make them really pop!
If you would like to see more of my artwork please visit my website, http://www.julieerindesigns.com or check out my Zazzle store where you can purchase my artwork on a variety of things from prints to t-shirts and bags!
Have a great day,
This is a new zentangle style drawing I did of a skull and crossbones wearing headphones!
It is inspired by my recent trip to Ibiza where I saw lots of t-shirts with similar designs but not tangled like this one is.
I drew this design using my Faber-Castell Pitt Artist Drawing Pens in my Pro-Art Canson 9-Inch by12-Inch Universal Sketch Book. I then scanned the drawing into Photoshop and played around with it a bit.
I couldn’t decide if I liked it better with or without the crossbones though so I made both versions!
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You can also now purchase this design on tons of items in my Zazzle store! This top is one of my most popular items!
Enjoy and have a great day,