Merida – Zentangle Post 02

Drawing is exercise for a restless imagination – Tim Burton

One thing that could irritate an IT person is a long weekend…i mean literally four days of holidays and you have nothing to do or nowhere to go cause your friends don’t have as many holidays as you. So the only resort to kill time, not get bored is to DRAW!!!Β 

So here it is the result of a 3 hour dedicated work. I don’t know what to name it so suggestions are open πŸ™‚Β 

Zentangle Girl

Instruments used – Drawing sheet A3 size, Sakura Pigma Micron (08/03/01/02) – they are amazing specially for zentangling, Camlin Klick Pro mechanical pencil.Β 

Image outline from google!

32 Replies to “Merida – Zentangle Post 02”

  1. AMAZING!! <3 Great job girl!

  2. I’ll call this ‘The Artistic Hairday’

    1. hehehe i like that name!!:)

  3. Loved it. I recently had long vacation but I hardly did much. Just one place to travel. U r right for an IT person long weekend can be boring

    1. Thank you so much πŸ™‚ yeah..long weekends at home is terribly boring

      1. So what’s the plan tomorrow..

  4. Beautiful!! Call it Potpourri ???

    1. πŸ™‚ hmmm interesting…giving it a thought

      1. ?? But Credit is mine…??

          1. Lol… Great.. ?

  5. wow..that looks intricate…and long weekends yeah..i can totally understand!

    1. Yeah i started of just as an experiment but now i have become addictive about it also it helps build focus and patience(i need that one πŸ˜‰ ) . Give it a try if you have a liking for drawing you ll enjoy it. I am still exploring!! Thanks for the comment! πŸ˜€

      1. Ah! I would rather be a spectator in this case. I do like drawing but it has been a while. It does seem very interesting…and I will look forward to seeing more posts from you. :).

  6. The Talespin post has comments closed.. I had a converasation about Talespin and Baloo just this morning with my friends over breakfast.. and then I come here and see your sketches πŸ™‚

    1. Let me check not sure!! I had updated the post to another one and may be i closed the Talespin comments section. People have actually forgot about those good old cartoons once we watched as kids

    2. Unblocked the comments section!! thanks for letting me know about it πŸ™‚

  7. beautiful, indeed! Did you think up of a name?
    I saw that you’re from Andamans. I have been there once – Port Blair is my favourite tourist destination in India (after Ooty, but that has a personal connection πŸ™‚ )
    Thanks for the follow πŸ™‚

    1. Merinda is what i have decided finally (courtesy from another fellow blogger). And yup..born and brought up in Andamans πŸ™‚ I am so happy you enjoyed ur time there and its one of your favs…!!!!

  8. You should name it ‘curious eyes’! It’s a lovely one at that, I miss my doodling and painting days, I have to get back to it too. YOu surely inspired me to. Thank you!

    – Style.. A Pastiche!

    1. Hehehe I love that as well…curious eyes they are truly!!! Thanks for the suggestion…..you should get back to it..make that your new year resolution…:).. am glad i could help inspire you a little bit..honoured …Happy holidays

  9. Hi

    I have nominated your blog for the Versatile Blogger Award.

    If you visit my post in the link it explains about it and you will see where I have listed you as a nominee – https://cultivatingtime.wordpress.com/2016/02/13/these-are-the-facts/

    I look forward to seeing your post. If it’s not your sort of thing, no worries at all. Just wanted to acknowledge your blog.

    All the best
    from Debra @ Cultivating Time

    1. Thank you so much Debra. I recently did a versatile award post. Would definitely respond to this but may a little later. Thanks for the nomination and making me feel special:)

      1. No worries. There’s no rush or expectation. I got nominated 4 times in a short space of time so I just combined them in one post. They seem to come in waves!

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