Hello all of you Color Lovelies! and for my quilt friends, you might want to grab a pen and paper and play with us today. How does one doodle? How do you explain how to doodle? I just do it, and I don't think about it...you know that "art trance". So I sat and thought about it, and decided to break it down for you. Use basic shapes like circles, teardrops, some curleques, and start building!
Tangle Patterns for great instructions on how to make these. They are Dragonair, AHH, Angel Fish, and Soo Flowers. There are so many choices, use these or whatever appeals to you the most.
A few more "doodled" pictures for you...
Ready to color.
I started this one while sitting and waiting for my car to be repaired! Who knows what else I will add to it? That's the fun of it! Sometimes I just put it down, and go back a day later and keep on adding until it looks just right!
One of my favorite CZT's is Penny Raille.
Check out her blog and note the breakdown called
This really helped me get started, and I hope it will do the same for you.
Be sure to check out the two videos in the sidebar, they will show you how to tangle!
Here are a couple of other links to videos that will hopefully inspire you!
Flowers Are Fun! (don't you love the music?)
You will want to check out her Dangerous Doodle videos while you are there. Lots of inspiration!
Your assignment, should you decide to take it,
is to build-a-doodle using your favorite background method.
It can be a flower garden or just an abstract object.
Color it in with any of your wonderful supplies that we have been using.
You are welcome to use any of the above drawings to get started...sometimes it is just easier.
Can't wait to see what you come up with!
Have a doodlicious time.....