Artist Trading Card Daily – 41

February 10, 2015 — 21 Comments

Went I sat down to make today’s artist trading card I was in the mood for a little doodling … so that’s what I did :)

Artist Trading Card Daily 41.1

I used a metal stencil to trace out the bird design (sorry, not sure which manufacturer this is from).

I then used Pigma Micron pens to create the doodle design within the outline.

To finish I brushed some black pigment ink to the edges and mounted it straight onto black cardstock.

Artist Trading Card Daily 41.2

And there we have another in the collection of 365!

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Many thanks for taking the time to read about my little creations.

I’ll see you again tomorrow!

J :)

21 responses to Artist Trading Card Daily – 41

  1. 

    adore

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  2. 

    You can’t beat a bit of zentangling!! Lovely card ! xx

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  3. 

    Your best one yet

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  4. 

    Such amazing variety …. I was just in the mood for some doodling when along came this lovely design so now I’m off to check out my stencils and get going. The little bird is delightful and you are a very talented man – thanks for sharing all your lovely designs x (you do realise we won’t want you to stop John? How about continuing in 2016 but maybe once a week or whatever you can manage …. if you haven’t run out of ideas by then – but I bet you won’t have?) x

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  5. 

    Hi John,
    I really think this one is absolutely beautiful. Well done

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  6. 

    I am enjoying your daily creations. I’m always amazed at how detailed and exquisite all your cards are. Thanks so much for sharing your talent.

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    Pauline Simmonds February 11, 2015 at 5:57 am

    Love Love love it John, thank you xx

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  8. 

    Reblogged this on Catwithoneear’s Blog.

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  9. 

    Your doodling is amazing John. I don’t know where all your ideas come from. I love it.
    X Chris

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    Karyle Davidge-Stringer February 11, 2015 at 12:01 am

    So inspirational – beautiful work John.

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  11. 

    WOW that’s some ‘doodle’!! My first attempt at this (ages ago), was a mess! Looking at this I now realise you must have some sort of ideas for certain areas …… not willy-nilly lines – squiggles all over the place like I did!! :-) x

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  12. 

    I love zentangle, and tend to do it mostly when I’m on holiday. Your little bird looks like a very cute robin. Gorgeous, love you tangles.
    Love and Light Sioux x

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  13. 

    love the little tweetie, is that a worm on the tree or a new leaf? xx

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  14. 

    I am not usually a fan of zen tangle but I really like this card! I love black and white! You are very creative!

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  15. 

    Hi, I feel awful, not leaving messages, just not a member of WordPress. Your work is amazing, many days I have looked

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  16. 

    Hi John

    A lovely zentangle image, the ink shading frames it beautifully.

    Another different type of ATC, well done! I think you’ve managed 41 very different ATC’s, that’s mightily impressive.

    Hugs

    T x

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  17. 

    Is there no end to your talents, John? Absolutely fabulous idea to use a stencil in such a unique way :-) B x

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  18. 

    What a gorgeous little fella great for zentangle and your talents know no bounds John x

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  19. 

    LOVE this one!!! Zentangle is my favourite thing. Thanks for sharing x

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