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Dangle designs are a lot of fun to create. They’re whimsical, cute and a lot simpler to draw than they look! I take you one step at a time through how to draw well over 100 different dangle designs in the book, as well as making suggestions about where you can use dangle designs and with words of encouragement.
If you do have a go at drawing dangle designs, and colouring them of course, I’d love to see what you create and how you use them!
I’ve had a couple of busy days, including a Time to Change Wales anti-stigma talk with the South Wales Police. The talk wiped me out for a day or so, it always does as I get very anxious and emotional in telling my story.
So, I’ve been relatively quiet on the artsy front, but I did get these two abstract, stylised floral images done.
I rather like the bright colours, achieved using Kuretake’s Zig Clean Colour Real Brush Pens and a water pen. I like both the white and black outlines, though I do prefer the black; they make the image look more like stained glass.