Hi guys! Today I am sharing with you 6 different zentangle inspired drawings I have done over the past few years.
Most of these combine elements of drawing and collage, and were all done in my sketchbook using Sharpie markers.
Several of these designs are available as prints and on other products in my Society6 store and other shops.
This one was inspired by Easter and the flowers of Spring.
Here it is also available as a greeting card from my Zazzle store.
This one combines a lot of different Zentangle inspired patterns and does not have any collage elements. This one is not available as a print.
This one which incorporates different lips cut out of a women’s magazine is one of my favourites!
Another spring time inspired piece including bright flowers collaged into the design.
This one is also available as products in my Zazzle store, as seen below.
Thanks for checking out these six zentangle inspired designs! I hope you like them and feel free to leave your comments below.
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 my latest project, since I am sprucing up my patio for Summer – A hand-painted bird feeder!
And the best part is that I just used a plain wooden one from the dollar store! So cute and cheap!
I haven’t actually gotten any birds to eat from it yet but I just put it out yesterday so hopefully they will come soon.
Here is a before pic:
If you would like to see more of my artwork please visit my website, http://www.julieerindesigns.com