Piece O' Cake Blog - Hexes!
Tangle Tangle Tangle
The Quilt Rat: Paper Backed Fusible.........make your own.
OiLS--An even number of radial lines were drawn out from a point on their page. Using concave and convex lines alternately, we began to form the stripes of our illusion. Two colors in markers were chosen and colored alternately, then two other colors in colored pencils were chosen and shaded into the remaining areas. Students loved this project and the results are stunning!
Artwork published by Zach1343
Zentangling: Encore (or is it Zencore?) from Shelly
Well, think about when you open a box of crayons or paints. You have all the same colors to use as everyone else does, right?" He agreed with that, so I continued, "Everyone uses the same colors, but they put them in different places on their paper and color in different shapes with them. When they are done with their picture, do you think it always comes out the same?"
Zentangle: Maria's Dream