I turned it around because I thought it looked a bit like a landscape.
Posted on March 15, 2014, in Art and tagged doodle, doodling, Zentangle. Bookmark the permalink. 27 Comments.
Incredible. It’s a bit similar to Hakone-zaiku, but more detailed and amazing!
I love it!
Thank you. 😀
I haven’t heard of Haikone-zaiku. I will look it up.
I just looked up images of Hakone-zaiku. I love it. I really love boxes, particularly with marquetry. I have a Japanese puzzle box with a wooden picture of a view of Mount Fuji on. I must send you a photo some time.
Thank you Sarah! I have never know the word “marquetry”. I did not know how can I say “Yosegi-zaiku”, but you gave an exact word “marquetry”!
By the way, “marquetry” has an unexpected pronunciation. It is pronounced like the word “market” with “ree” on the end.
It is a landscape! Very nice!
Absolutely GORGEOUS! ~ Thanks for sharing your inspiring work of art here, Sarah.
Thanks Gina. 🙂
And it does! I bet it would work any way you oriented it;)
Thanks Elena. 🙂
It does look a landscape with the “sun”. Then I looked again. The sun looks like an eye and taking the whole center section it looks like a bird — maybe a phoenix. 😀
I see what you mean. I hadn’t noticed that. I love the way you interpret my art. 🙂
I love your intricate lines!
Thank you Barbara. 🙂
I was thinking of waves of the sea
Yeah I see what you mean; maybe a seascape then. 🙂
I just happened to chance upon your blog right now, and guess what! Just today morning I posted a random doodle of mine, (please, I would be honored if you could check it out) and then I see your doodles!!!! It’s uncanny!
Your doodles are awesome! Your blog has encouraged me to work on some more in the future…..
Hi, I’m so glad you found my blog. I love your doodle. Can’t wait to see more.
WOW! Not doodling. Intricate and amazing~
Thanks Cindy. 🙂 I call it doodling because I don’t do any planning, I just draw the next thing that pops into my head.
I love Escher! Thanks.
Beautiful! I admire, because I would be quite unable to make such graceful things 🙂 Kind regards, Frédéric
Oh thank you Frédéric, you’re very kind. 🙂
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