20 Handmade Invites

So when in January 2018, we were about to have a big Birthday Party celebration at our home, I just took the opportunity to create 20 Handmade Invites with Tangles on it. I had just then received #giveaway gifts; water-based pens by Tombow USA, Tombow TwinTone Brilliant Pens and their drawing pen set - from the TANGLEPOD. I was very excited to use them alongwith my other artist grade pencils.

So, I grabbed my 20 invite cards, small Zentangle Tile sized artist cardstock 3.5 inches, and took out all my set of colorpencils, water-based pens, Derwent Inktense pencils and my favourite water-brushpens that works amazing when I have to work on tangles.

Special Mention here: My daughter created one of the twenty tiles for her favourite brother. 20180115_172911.jpg

 

 

 

8 tiles out of 9

This month, I have taken up numerous art challenges, that's what I feel. I want to make few handmade gifts and begun to ink them, then came The Inktober Tangles 2017 series of artworks, which will continue all along. this month and are helping me to explore tangles that I haven't much explored in quite a while. Normally I would love taking up challenges, but this time, I am participating in too many challenges and time-bound works is what making it more hard. At home too, I am busy helping my kid prepare for her mid term exams, sort of diwali cleaning and decluttering, and hosting guests; making space for hours to draw is a bit difficult. But then, just as Bijou suggests take it small, take it slow, and just with just one stroke at a time anything is possible. So from today I will draw just a bit I need to for the Inktober Tangles 2017, after all art is fun at work.

So yesterday I completed my eighth of the 9 Tiles, 9 week Challenge. I am posting all 8 tiles together. My daughter's saying that it has come out like Puzzle.... and I quite agree to it.