Zentangled | Teen Ink


July 2, 2014
By MyDorkyHeart SILVER, Halfway, Missouri
MyDorkyHeart SILVER, Halfway, Missouri
7 articles 21 photos 8 comments

Favorite Quote:
To comprehend the value of one year, just ask the students who failed their entrance exams. To comprehend the value of one month, just ask a mother who gave birth to a premature baby. To comprehend the value of one week, just ask the editor of a weekly newspaper. To comprehend the value of one hour, just ask the lovers who are waiting to meet. To comprehend the value of one minute, just ask the people who missed their stop on the train. To comprehend the value of a second, just ask the person who managed to avoid an accident just in time. To comprehend the value of one tenth of a second, just ask the person who ended up with a silver medal at the Olympics. The hands of the clock will continue ticking. Therefore, treasure every moment you have. And treat today as the utmost gift you'll have. -"Yuuki"

An original zentangle drawing

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This art/photo has 3 comments.

on Sep. 7 2014 at 6:07 pm
PureDrawings BRONZE, Chandler, Arizona
3 articles 43 photos 230 comments
omw I love this! So detailed! did u draw this on a bambo tablet or with ur mouse?  

Ainoyu said...
on Aug. 31 2014 at 6:30 pm
Ainoyu, Victoria, British Columbia, Other
0 articles 28 photos 36 comments

Favorite Quote:
If there's really that many people in the world, then there had to be someone who wasn't ordinary. There had to be someone who was living an interesting life. There just had to be. Why wasn't I that person?

- Haruhi Suzumiya

This is a really intriguing piece! I love the detail!

AlaNova ELITE said...
on Jul. 9 2014 at 11:29 am
AlaNova ELITE, Naperville, Illinois
257 articles 0 photos 328 comments

Favorite Quote:
Dalai Lama said, "There are only two days in the year that nothing can be done. One is called YESTERDAY and the other is called TOMORROW, so today is the right day to love, believe, do, and mostly live..."

Absolutely love this! How you have the silhouette of the woman's face in thick pen, and the rest of the Zentangle in mostly thin ink...the movement get from the art. This is so unique and awesome, great job! Bravi!! :D