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Zentangle Inspired Art: Garden Cross

Posted by Louise L. Hagedorn on March 21, 2014 in Zentangle |

Trying my hand at using ink shading instead of pencil shading for my Zentangle inspired art. So far, so good. This was done with a Staedtler 0.1mm tech pen.  

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Showgirl Showcasing Shading

Posted by Louise L. Hagedorn on March 20, 2014 in Zentangle |

Showgirl was the first Zentangle pattern I learned to do on my own. This showgirl is showcasing different ink shading techniques.

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Weekly Challenge #159: Top of the Morning to You!

Posted by Louise L. Hagedorn on March 18, 2014 in Zentangle |

This week’s Zentangle challenge is to do something inspired by St. Patrick’s Day.  

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Experimenting with White Space

Posted by Louise L. Hagedorn on March 12, 2014 in Zentangle |

Practicing the use of white space. I think I need more practice.

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Weekly Challenge #158: “Duotangle: Diva Dance + Crescent Moon”

Posted by Louise L. Hagedorn on March 11, 2014 in Pens, Photos, Zentangle |

Was looking for some inspiration for doodling and came across Laura Harms’ website on Zentangle. She’s a certified Zentangle teacher who gives a weekly challenge, so I thought to give it a try. I’ve never taken a class, but I find the pattern creation relaxing. This week’s current challenge requires the use of two specific types […]

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Doodling with a Sailor Saibi-Togi Nib

Posted by Louise L. Hagedorn on March 10, 2014 in Pens, Photos, Zentangle |

The main difference between a 0.1mm tech pen and a Sailor Saibi Togi is the consistency of line width. A tech pen will give you the same line consistently. With a Saibi-Togi nib, a change in angle, pressure, or nib direction changes the line. Did I like the experience? Yes, I did. It felt more […]

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