Zentangles are a great way to learn new drawing skills, increase your self-confidence, reduce stress, and develop your own creativity.

It’s that time of year again. I fell in love with Inktober last year. I didn’t complete all the challenges as I learned about it mid-October; but I was determined Inktober 2020 was going to be different. Then 2020 happened. And you all know how that’s going. I’m literally checking my news feed every five minutes as I work on this post. The election is happening right now. RIGHT NOW. And I can’t do much more than watch those results come in.

Back to Inktober. I promised myself I wouldn’t post until I got to 15 drawings, but it’s been a couple of weeks since I’ve drawn my last and I also made a promise to keep myself accountable and post my work, regardless. So, here goes.

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Please refer to my blog post for details on drawings. I try to give credit when I can. Most are drawn from reference photos or drawings with my imagination thrown in.

This is long posting.  To see the artwork only, called 49 Cakes for 49 Birthdays, visit the Personal Art Projects, Portfolio, Painting portion of this site.  The following post is about my process. Continue reading

Here is a video picture book I made using Adobe Spark, Adobe Sketch, and Emojime. Continue reading