Whatever drawing style you choose, you have to take it gently. Zentanglers say it's one stroke at a time, which is a truism, since you can only make one mark with one pen at any given time. But it does hit the spot. Attempts to speed up the process usually end in catastrophe, even if those same Zentangle experts claim there's no such thing as a mistake! Whatever it is that contributes to my style, I've certainly made lots of marks on this drawing, which was drawn on a blind sting and has turned out to be a sort of bird smothered in patterns and is thus, more accurately described, Neopoprealism. I've copied it at the 4 main angles. The last one reveals the bird in all its glory! But there could almost be a profile on the right side. I only discovered that on the photo!
|ornithological wonder A3 (90°right)|
|ornithological wonder on its head|
|ornithological wonder A3 (270° right)|
|ornithological wonder (the right way up?)|