The S and C curve in Zentangle Gallery: Artist Sharla R. Hicks, CZT
My SharlaRella and Indyrella Series began in early 2011 and continues on today. Take note that with each exploration in the gallery my tangling techniques, design and shading skills grew. The daily practice of Zentangle and exploring the same Tangle in a Series produced a creative explosion of new and exciting variations.
This week I was the guest blogger on the I Am The Diva Blog and I choose to featured some of my favorite tangles in I Am The Diva Weekly Challenge #231, “The Undulating Tangles in C and S minor”: Indyrella, it’s variation SharlaRella, and Isochor. I have illustrated the steps . . . Enjoy the Gallery
Undulating Sharla Rella included in Birds in Flight by Sharla Hicks, Certified Zentangle Teacher, copyright 2013
SharlaRella on Gray Canson MiTeintes, black pigma pen, and white pastel pencil by Sharla R. Hicks, Certified Zentangle Teacher
SharlaRella in Green by Sharla R. Hicks, Certified Zentangle Teacher CZT copyright 2012. Green background and Clear Stardust Gelly Roll highlights the shading! Subtle and a little difficult to see, so enlarge picture. Green shading is Derwent GraphiTint Watercolor Pencil.
Swirls and Waves by Sharla R. Hicks, CZT. In 2013, one form often presented itself in my personal Zentangle Botanicals. The S and C organic forms emerged from the SharlaRella Series. My journal pages below were published in: The Beauty of Zentangle Inspirational Examples from 137 Artist Worldwide by Suzanne McNeill, CZT and Cindy Shepard, CZT