Diva Challenge #367
There was quite a lot of art going on last week, but not much in the way of Zentangle. I got the the N'zeppel challenge done but the Duo-Challenge was another bust. I did dust off the old DIY journal to get back into my Diva groove. There are still a good bunch of pages to be arted but I'm about to start on creating a new one.
I'm pondering what theme, if any, I want to pursue for Inktober and I've been getting my fountain pens cleaned and inked up.
Back in my DIY/Trainwreck journal
I love this challenge. I've actually done several straight line pieces since Monday. This was the first one I finished. Soooooo very Zen.
I started this last week and only just finished it. I was inspired by something I saw on Pinterest.
for the FB Group Anything Goes: Tangled Art for Everyone
This is an ATC I had from an old watercolor batch. The prompt was to use washi tape on your tile and I had this little piece that I'd received in a swap.
Painted stickers for my art journals and swaps
I spent a lot of time making bits and pieces for my next Flow-ish Journal swap for this FB group I've been quite obsessed with. Basically we swap stuff from our stash of art journaling papers and ephemera. I do a lot of handmade stuff.
Acrylic and plastic wrap on junk paper and packaging
I've been watching a lot of videos from Cat Hand. She has a series called Mixed Media Morsels where she demonstrates various techniques in a small format so you can have these little morsels of inspiration when you want to create larger art. I made a several of the plastic wrap treated bits on random pieces of junk mail and packaging that I'll turn into tags and ATC's for future journals and swaps.
I did another batch of Eco-printing on a wide assortment of papers and envelopes. I'm thinking of making these into signatures for an Inktober sketchbook focusing on botanical illustration.
Diva Challenge part 2
more straight lines
I finished this one over my morning coffee today while binge watching YouTube videos at the cafe;-) I was in my happy place.
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