According to the grey January days this is a very colorful blogpost- I just needed it a little bit.
I discovered the possibilities of my "spin art machine" (in German it is called Farbenschleuder ;-), which is a very simple toy for children (without any batteries and so), and realized what a lot of variations there are possible to spread color on the paper tiles.
I used liquid Ecoline water colours and played around with them.
What a surprise, that the DIVA challenges us this week to draw a "Spundala" which is exact made this way...
By the way:
Congratulations to Laura to eight years of running that incredible blog! I LOVE this blog and the DIVA challenge and I have not missed many of them since 2015 (my own start of the Zentangle journey!). So I realized just now, that I have been tangling for four years now, and Lauras blog has been accompanying me all the time!!
Today I bought a Faber Castell pitt artist pen in cobalt green and this is my first tile with this pen, together with black micron and watercolor in cobalt green.
This tile was my very first real "Spundala" with watercolor and black microns:
And this tile I created with the spin art machine as well, but spreading all the color in a real crazy way. Used this as the string and filled with several tangles. It is a bit busy, isn't it?
I am looking forward to tangle these tiles next time (or later ;-)
Here are some more examples of my "experiments" with watercolor last weekend. I created some reticula with watercolor and filled with fragments: