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Sunday, 14 June 2015

Summer of Colour 2015 - Blue, Blue, Green.

This is a super short post today, I'm just hopping in to post my Summer of Colour 2015 piece and will come back later to have a nose at everyone else's amazing work!

I decided to do something super simple this week to ease myself in, plus I had one of THOSE weeks and just wanted something to take my mind off it all!


I used Sharpies, Gelly roll pens and a micron pen for the outline.  I'm not entirely sure if this looks anything like I had planned but I'm pleased with the colours!  I was hoping for a zentangle sort of look but it was hard to doodle detail with the sharpies :-P

So that's it for now, I can't wait to see the next colour combo!  I really enjoyed this, I find swirly doodles help me relax :-P

21 comments:

  1. Hi Caz! So glad to see you here at the SOC! You used this week's colors in such a creative way! I love your work of art!!!!

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  2. Aw, your fish is so cute. And I like the pattern play.

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  3. fabulous patterning in your whimsical creature-happy SOC!

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  4. Whoa! That must have taken ages! Love it - it's bending my brain but I love it! :D

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  5. I think you did fabulous doodles Carol and the completed page is awesome! Looking forward to see what you do next :D

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  6. I don't know about this being super simple - it looks really rather complicated and time consuming!

    Super patter making.

    x

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  7. Beautiful doodley fish! Happy SOC --- looking forward to seeing more.

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  8. I admire people who can create with sharpies and colored pens - very cute. I look forward to seeing more of your work in the SOC

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  9. So gorgeous! What a great way to use the colours like this!

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  10. This is really quite intricate! And definitely did the colours justice

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  11. Your swirly doodles are relaxing. I love this composition.

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  12. Neat! The background would make a fun board game design.

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  13. Eep! This is brilliant, Carol! This is really an art style that you excel at! The colors are gorgeous and so is your lovely swirly design. It looks like a Zentangle to me, but we can always call it a CAZtangle!! Enjoy your day! Hugs, Darnell

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  14. Wonderful! Great use of the colours!

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