Beckah Krahula, demonstrated zentangle, and her work opened out into doodling and natural forms.
This mini book is my interpretation of her fabulous work.
Brusho background and doodling in black pen, enhanced with Inktense pencils, and white Uniball pen.
Some of my doodles are inspired by the great work of Angie Lewin!
I am entering this into the CountryView Crafts challenge blog about Backgrounds.
This is gorgeous, Hazel! Simply stunning, Jo xReplyDelete
WOW, Hazel! What absolutely fabulous doodling! And the background and entire accordion fold is just wonderful to compliment it all! Gorgeous work!ReplyDelete
Fantastic doodling Hazel! xxxReplyDelete
Looks fantastic close up Hazel, love the zip stem and some of the lovely bud heads. Good colours, very meditative and relaxing. Imagine you really enjoyed creating your mini book, thank you for such fab inspiration:-) xxxReplyDelete
Limited repertoire my a%$e! I love angie Lewin's work as well, this is a great homage. Jo xxReplyDelete
That is so gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Your drawings and your colouring are absolutely beautiful! Thanks for joining the "Make your own background" challenge at Country View Challenge blog!ReplyDelete
Wow Hazel this is a stunner, I love your doodling, it goes so well with the Brusho background. Thanks for joining in again with our challenge at Country View Crafts. Sue xxReplyDelete
Awesome book, wonderful doodling and beautiful colours. I want to see the covers too!! xxReplyDelete