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Color Me Calm

Colour Splash, Daily Tangle, Projects, Welcome to My Page, Zentangle Inspired ArtAishwarya Karthik DarbhaComment

Color Me Calm: Post 01 Few years back, when I went to a stationery store, to purchase board game for my daughter, I saw a huge pile of coloring books for adults. I giggled and shrugged my shoulders, and murmured within "how boring" , and I just walked away. Little I knew that I would love this meditative art form. ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿค—

Last year, when I started Tangling, as a daily practice, in a whim I ordered this adult coloring book called Color Me Calm. I liked the 100 pages book and planned to practice coloring in it. But I was so in love with monochromatic tangles, that I didn't much use the book.

Two months back, just like that, on one fine day, I took out my coloring book from the storage box, flipping through the pages inspired me and I fetched my 36 inktense pencils and started filling it up. After I finished coloring my first page, I realized how calming and energetic method it was, just like tangling. This will be great addition to my creative zone. I get the opportunity to create my own color palettes and understand and experiment the different mediums. I don't have to fear any error when occurs as I know I can simply jump to other page or just continue. In the end, I find the results gratifying like a child's play.

Here I used both. Faber-Castell Polychromos and Prismacolors. It took me 7 hours to complete this one. Its a new palette to me, and I really liked it.