grid stencil LJ911. This grid stencil gave me the opportunity to finish off the design with a technique called faux ceramic tile. Here is a closeup of the tile effect created with clear embossing powder. It reminds me of Spanish tile and makes me want to try other colorways too. I created the tangle work with a Micron 01 pen by Sakura and then did the coloring with an older set of Prisma color pencils that we've had for more than twenty years. I love color so this first challenge had to have color. YAYA!
If you would like to know the step-by-step process for faux ceramic tile email me at: email@example.com and I will email you a pdf of the instructions.
This is the first Wednesday (Zensday) for Wayne and me to work together on a blog post. I would like to do this every week, so hopefully I can get my act together to post regularly. Wayne will still be posting to his Flickr account when he joins a diva challenge, but we will try to post a collaboration project here as well. Below is a card that he tangled and I made into a greeting card creation using our new small elephant stencil LL3042. That design also comes in a larger version elephant LG756.
Zentangle Patterns Wayne used or created:
Trunk- Wayne wasn't sure (sometimes we create from things going on in our experience and can't remember where we saw it or it evolves, but we like to give credit when we can)....if you have a name for it... help us out please
Blanket- var. of Yincut
Blanket border- greek key
Body and legs- 'NZeppel
tanglepatterns.com is a good place to find step-outs for some of the more well known patterns
Chevron stencil in the background LX7026
Glossy Black Embossing Paste DGKP used on the chevron stencil on iridescent white paper
Small elephant stencil LL3042
Color Solution Alcohol Inks Noble Fir CS202 and Iceberg CS206
May Arts Ribbon 345-10
Button...just one I've had around for awhile and it seemed like the right place to use it.