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D is for daisy

and dandelion :)


I thought I'd have a play with a capital letter this time around.

I'm heading into the last part of the term with assessments due all over the place so things will be pretty quiet on the blog front over the next few weeks.

Happy drawing!
hx

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  1. It's beautiful. I love the lack of a border. Good luck with your term end assessments.

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    1. Thanks, Dudley. It's a balance between getting enough elements along the edges to suggest an outline and having some white space along there, too :) I'm happy with how it came out. h

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  2. this is beautiful (i know that's the same as the last comment but it really is)!! love the daisies!

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    1. Thank you, Stacey :) I'm happy with how it turned out. Daisies are my favourite flower. h

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  3. It's enchanting, as usual. Beautifully done!

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  4. You constantly amaze me. I know we live half a world apart and have never met, yet I consider you a mentor. You work is not only beautiful, it's inspiring and motivational.

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    1. Thank you, Krista :) I love how the internet allows us all to get inspiration and share ideas with friends from all over the world! It still amazes me :) h

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  5. Its awesome could you guide me to draw K alphabet like it

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  6. I have never seen anything that you have done, that I didn't like. You are amazing. Love this alphabet/monogram thing you've started. Both the "a" and "D" are beautiful, and so recognizable as your work.

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  7. Hi Helen, the letters are lovely as is all your art. When I discovered Zentangle 5 months ago your art was what really connected with me. Ive done at least 6 versions of your beautiful 3d ribbon petals. Thank you for your inspiration!

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  8. Thank you so much for your wonderful videos! The capital D is very beautiful all of your work is great I love your style I'm obsessed with hearts also!

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