Diva Challenge #312!

Can you believe there have been 312 diva challenges!? I don’t know where she goes to keep them fresh but I love her ideas. This week we’re doing something we’ve done before, using a stained tile as a string to Tangle on.  I don’t drink tea or coffee so I  watered down a bit of my green aquamarine Inktense pencil and dropped tiny drops of ink on the tile then carefully let it dry to preserve  the drop shapes. Tangled, marker background and prismacolors for shading the bubble shapes and I called it done. It was nice to work in color again. I’ve almost exclusively stuck with black and graphite for awhile as I focus on the art of tangling. As always, if you’d like to join the Diva challenges you can find her here!

This will be a short post as there’s still much to do, but I want to thank all of you who come by! I hit 3k views last week and it wouldn’t have happened without all of you, dear readers! See you soon for “It’s a String Thing”. I can’t wait to see Adele’s pictures from Italy! 

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  1. This intensely colorful tile captured my attention on the Mosaic app, and that’s where I discovered your website. I’m so glad I did! You have another follower… would love if you stopped by mine sometime. I love yours!

  2. I’m fond of watercolours and this is a wonderful tile!
    Thank you so much Ria! I’ve been following you now and really enjoy your site! Thanks for coming by again!😊

  3. So Vibrant!! Love the blue and purple together! Fabulous tile! I have yet to try my Inktense watercolor pencils…. I’m afraid to ruin them! Silly, isn’t it?! 🙂

    1. Lol understand but trust me get out the Inktense! You can’t create great art without them. I used up my sienna gold and sherbet lemon within 2 weeks. If you’re in the USA then you can order them separately for about $2.50 each at dickblick.com 😉can’t wait to see what you do with them!

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