Friday, 9 March 2018

Ink-Spill Doodle

I thought I'd try something a little bit different. 

Spill some ink, flick it around a bit, add some doodles. Simple.



 Have a great PPF, a super weekend and wishing Paint Party Friday a very happy 7th birthday.


42 comments:

  1. *wow* what of a artwork!!!!
    fantastic!!!!
    Greetings Elke

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  2. Yessssssssssssssssssss! LOVE this one indeed. Happy PPF, hugs, Valerie

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  3. Simple but fun. I've done lots of paint blobs on a glass table top and then added the paper on top of it. Pen and ink to finish it off. You should try it, lots of fun.

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    1. Hi, Laila. Yes, great fun. Now to find some glass.

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  4. I see a zentangle trying to emerge. Fun.

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    1. Hi, Lisa. Thank you for commenting. Oh, I enjoy zentangle.

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  5. this is fantastic John!! Clever to add the doodling. It really makes a statement. Happy PPF!

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  6. Looks like great fun, John. You always manage to come up with such interesting doodles.

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    1. Thank you, Faye. It was such fun to do.

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  7. Thanks for smile 😆
    Happy PPF Celebration 💖

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    1. Thank you for commenting, sirkkis. Very much appreciated.

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  8. Love the organic shapes, nicely spilled!

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    1. Hi, Sandee. Thank you for commenting. I do love organic shapes.

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  9. Hi John. Your art is always so beautiful but this piece is also very intriguing. I do believe this is my favorite. I took some time to check out your photography. Wow you have a good eye. I like macro and yours is pretty perfect. I live on the Pacific west coast in Florence, Oregon. The beaches are cold, windy, and not much fun even in the summer. So I won't have many "by the sea" shots. LOL Have a great weekend.

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    1. Thank you, Nicole, for your very kind comment. Glad you like my piece. I'm beginning to loose myself so much in drawing I don't know when to stop, but the more I add to a piece the more people seem to like them. Oh, I do enjoy photography, though I'm a bit of a summer photographer these days. I really like taking close-ups of flowers. I just like nature. Most of my beach shots were taken on family days out. I always take my camera with me and usually manage to get a few shots.

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  10. Nice artistic web and I am impressed that there isn't a smudge anywhere. When I work with ink, I make a mess of it every time. Happy PPF

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    1. Hi, Susan. Thank you for commenting. I gets smudges, too, sometimes. I think sitting back to take a look at were a drawing is going and slowing down a bit has helped me to avoid them lately.

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  11. Neat creation! fun too!

    Happy Weekend to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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    1. Hi, Carol. Thank you for your kind comment.

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  12. So interesting! I can see so much in your doodle!

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    1. Hi, Colourful World. Thank you for your kind comment.

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  13. Beautiful and mesmerizing!It is like a mini universe transforming or like a vortex where life is emerging from..I see spiderwebs, insects and winged creatures..a dance of creation. I always seem to see nature in your work! Fantastical art!
    Have a sweet wkd
    Victoria

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    1. Hi, Victoria. Thank you for your kind comment. I like to try and make the viewer see all sorts of things. I take a lot of inspiration from nature. I think that's why I like organic shapes so much.

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  14. What a great idea John! Love it! The combination of the "organic" drips and the more "planned" doodles is gorgeous ...

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    1. Thank you, denthe. I do like organic shapes. I enjoyed this one and think I'll try it again.

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  15. Fabulous John! I love intuitive art like this...it can be mesmerizing working this way too! Thanks for your sweet comment on my blog too! Happy ppf!

    Peace Giggles

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    1. Thank you, Giggles. It is a very fun way to work.

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  16. What a great idea! I love what you did here, John. So organic!

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    1. Hi, Gloria. Thank you for your kind comment.

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  17. cool! I am actually looking for things like this when I am out and about in the snow. :) Love it!

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    1. Thank you, NatureFootstep. Oh, the snow is too cold for me.

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  18. Ooh I really like it, so striking! Happy PPF!

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  19. My granddaughter and I were doing squiggle art today!
    Lovely idea.

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    1. Hi, Jenn Jilks. Thank you for commenting. Great fun doing art with kids.

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