I stumbled onto Zentangle at the suggestion of an old friend… Thanks Bob… It has opened many doors from art to stress control / relief. In fact, the family and I spent Christmas Eve learning the technique and putting those searching lines onto a bigger canvas that will eventually grace Larry’s office.
Agnes combines recent portrait interest with the zentangle flair. Too much maybe, but fun.
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There are also other online classes you can take. Let me know if you are interested.
I found a new app that I have had fun playing with and a new artist I look forward to following. Check out the links below:
oh wow…. I would LOVE to learn to do that… What amazing talent!!!! THANKS for posting.
Save the Nubs!
Painted for the 5th Annual Austin Boxer Rescue Silent Auction – Saturday, July 21, 2012 (Should be online by 7/18/12. http://www.austinboxerrescue.com/
Acrylic on canvas. A vibrant interpretation of an “Austin Boxer Rescue” success story – Pippe (aka Pistashio). The footprints, rabies tags, and favorite treat prints belong to her and her foster siblings.
I had a very difficult time finding an anime character that I wanted to put forward. Maybe the task wasn’t difficult because those characters aren’t out there… I just have so little knowledge of Anime itself. So… I have enlisted the help of my nephew Mark Nash who has been stationed in Japan and is much more versed in the art form than most. I look forward to the journey. Thanks Mark