Saturday, April 22, 2017

Earth Day 2017

With and without color.
Tangles:  Zinger, Springkle, Enyshou, Flux, Tipple, Skwim and Fescu.  I used an olive Copic Multiliner and brown Pigma Micron along with Copic markers and a white Prismacolor pencil. 

23 comments:

  1. These are both so wonderful! Thank you for sharing your gorgeous art!

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  2. Wow does that ever show what a difference colour makes! Amazing.

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  3. Two wonderful results, but my favorite is the absolutely beautiful colored second one.

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  4. Truly inspirational! The blue and green together is mesmerizing! I can't stop looking!!! How long did you work on this creation Betsy? :)

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    1. Thanks! I worked on this off and on over the course of 5 days.

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  5. Love them both! Wow. So much detail.

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  6. WOW! So beautiful! Love them both!

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  7. I don´t find words!!It is AMAZING! I can not stop watching it...

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  8. So beautiful! I am very enthusiastic.

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  9. Betsy..... Love love love them !!!!

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  10. This is just totally gorgeous! Definitely frame worthy!

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  11. Betsy, gorgeous work. Beautiful. You have made a masterpiece.

    Duane.

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  12. Stunning work. How long did it take you to complete this? And how did you manage to stay focussed on all that wonderful detail?

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    1. I worked on this 5 days. I don't really know how many hours as I lose track of time so easily with this meditative art form. It's not difficult at all for me to add all the detail when I fall into that calm spot called Zentangle!

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  13. It feels like a lively spring dance. Thank you!

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  14. Thanks for showing the before and after pictures. Your linework alone is awesome, but with the colours added...

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  15. Betsy- this is wonderful, stunning and I love that you selected the Peace symbol. Very appropriate the Earth Day and all the other 'events.' Terry

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