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.
My final addition to today’s post is botanical inspired with my comfort tangle Mooka included. Not sure if it is done yet, I may experiment with shading, but again I may not as this feels finished.
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