I don't usually refer to myself in the 3rd person but in this situation it is appropriate. Since my big long creative hiatis I've been creating like a banshi. Unfortunately, I have no photo of my workspace as I am currently sharing it with my husband, so there are paint tins, brushes, lawn mowers and exercise weights in our shared space. I do have some photos of the projects under construction...so to speak. Don't forget to pop by Julia's blog and see all the other wonderful crafters' blogs out there.
Well, here is a Zentangle background (only my 2nd Zentangle, ever)
And finally...I'm working on a 8 x 10 canvas mixed media project. The theme is black, white and a splash of red...as you can see, I'm only at the black stage (though I did have white and red, but it looked a bit blah, so I painted over the top in black)...if it good enough for the masters...it's good enough for me...lol.
Well, that's it for now...thanks for stopping by. Next entry will hopefully show the transformation of the images above.
Until next time,
PS, if you haven't checked out my blog from last week have a look as I am offering a prize to the first person to spot the problem. (post your answer on last week's post)
I will announce the winner of the ATC next week...I won't be publishing any of your comments (should you put the answer there so as to give people a chance to work it out)
After just 3 days and lots of comments (which until how have remained hidden), I've decided to announce who has won one of my ATCs for picking up on what was incomplete on last week's zentangle post. The 5th zentangle (row 2 1st left) is the one. I forgot to finish off the diagonal pattern on the left hand side of the lady's hair before taking the photo.
The winner is...RosC!!! Congratulations Ros, just email me your address and I'll pop one into the post. Thanks to all of you who left a comment...I now will publish all the comments.
PSS Remember that Mixed Media Black and White with a splash of Red canvas...well, I've finally finished (well, at least I think I am)...this is the finished product:
Let me know what you think...Should I add anything else or is it good enough as is?