This week at"I am the Diva" we get to try the pattern "Zingo" created by Molly's Hollibaugh little daughters Indy and Mazzy which showed us in their "kitchen table tangle video" how fun and beautiful zantangle can be for all ages. Great job girls! This tangle reminded me of my grandmother's brooch, so I created this tile around that nice memory.
This tile is for Indy and Mazzy... I hope you like it ;-)
For this tile I used sepia and black micron markers, white gel pen for highlights, graphite for shading and a whole bunch of Prismacolor colored pencils as the gem was really a trial and error and I kept adding more until I was pleased (too many to remember which ones, sorry!).
The patterns that I used in this tile were"Zingo" and "Venetian".
Thank you Laura, Indy and Mazzy for a fun and relaxing challenge!
Thanks for visiting and I hope you come back often! As always if there is anything from this post that you would like to try yourself in your own work, please feel free to do so.
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