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.
This is my 4th Tile, from Joey’s challenge 9 Tiles 9 weeks. With this challenge, I got a chance to experiment monochromatic tangles with colors. So far, I have been really enjoying these stuff and looking forward how its going to come out all together….
Story of a Traveling Tangle Project between a mother and a daughter….
A daughter came running to her busy mother with a beautiful ♥️ cardstock, and says, “Mumma, let us both do travelling tangle tile. I have presented my best here, now you complete the rest.“Saying so, she placed the paper on her Mumma’s drawing desk and off she went into another room. ….. As the mother peeped, she was so mesmerized by the hue and colors on the cardstock (approx 8×5.5inch), and stared at HOW IN THE WORLD 🗺 JUST A COMMON PLAIN PAPER GOT LIFE? She knew she was asking a very silly question, that has absolutely nothing to do with the plain gorgeous piece that has come forth, still shyly she asked what brush technique is it? The girl pointed towards a #bijou tile (2×2inch size cardstock)lying there; had same colors and she pulled those colors into the paper!…..
After many hours, enjoying the real beauty of the sheet, the mother got her pen out and tangled……!!! The project was completed. The travelling tangle got completed by two different people on the same desk!