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Mooka on Tan with Purple Pen by Sharla R. Hicks, Certified Zentangle Teacher, CZT

Mooka and The Line, Oh My, by Sharla R. Hicks

Mooka on Tan with Red Pen by Sharla R. Hicks, Certified Zentangle Teacher, CZT

Mooka on Tan with Red Pen by Sharla R. Hicks, Certified Zentangle Teacher, CZT © 2014

 

 

I am never sure where my Mooka exploration is going to lead me but today’s focus is on how line can stand on its own and make a powerful statement.  If you have been following my posts over the last couple of months, you will have noted that most of my work includes shading, but occasionally I do find that line is enough for the look I am trying to create.

I continue to experiment with various ink colors on the tan tiles and include two more here today.  I repeat myself when I say, I am amazed at how well  alternate ink choices look on the rich surface of Zentangle’s new Renaissance Tiles. Continue reading

Renaissance Tiles: Mooka Blues & Tans by Sharla R. Hicks, Certified Zentangle Teacher

 

2014-5-Mooka Tan by Sharla R. Hicks Certified Zentangle Teacher Copyright 2014

Mooka Tans 2 by Sharla R. Hicks Certified Zentangle Teacher © 2014: Sepia Brown Micron Pigma Pen with White Pastel Pencil

Sepia Pen is a dark brown that looks almost black but adds a real warmth to Renaissance Tile.

Exploring Mooka on the new Renaissance Tiles is an unveiling of how color interacts on the tan.  The tan color is so rich and takes each pen and shading choice like a new set of clothes.  Each one has its very own feel and yet each choice so far has been very opulent and rich.

Each time I try a new pen color or shading technique on the Renaissance Tiles I fall in love all over again.  Here is a series of 3 different renditions on the new Renaissance Tiles using the Micron Pens in Blue, Black, Brown (rusty brown) & Sepia (darker brown). Continue reading