I still have some tiles that were started in CZT, so I’m taking the opportunity to finish them up each day – we covered so much and I just love working on these…. this was started with Auraknot
I added in a bit of Mooka and some Tipple and Bronx Cheer-ish elements.
I recently did a few pieces that have the tanglepattern Mooka in them…..this has been a pattern I’ve struggled with and I think I’ve finally become comfortable with the way I do them now. I had a request from a few members of my Facebook Group, For The Love of Doodling, to show how I draw them in my next video. Mission accomplished – I hope it helps some.
I’d love to hear what you think and if you have any video requests, please feel free to comment – if I can, I will try to help. Thanks for reading and watching!
This is my piece using the DuoTangle Auraknot and Mooka for the Diva’s Weekly Challenge #172….
I had a lot of fun figuring out how I wanted my Auraknot to be – there are so many possibilities! Mooka has challenged me at times, while at others it has flowed from the tip of my pen…..you can see both versions of that here. It’s funny how you can do something and be so happy with it and then right next to it, feel that one isn’t up to pare. We all tend to be so critical of our own work and part of me taking things more seriously is learning to let. it. go. Let the art stand. Let it be and don’t be so much of a perfectionist that I don’t put it out there. Standing back and looking at my work as a whole and not shredding each little bit up and criticizing it. How do you handle imperfections in your work?