I enjoyed Seton a lot. There's so much creative potential in it, so much scope for embellishments and play.
|my first Seton piece. I like the freehand look of it|
Here I used Seton in a piece with chimes, flux, flord, and a very simple version of amaze.
Seton here reminds me of drapes we had on the windows in the basement at home, when I was a child. With the "drapes" I thought of windows, so that's where chimes came in. In the end, it reminds me of maybe a sliding deck door out to a patio. I call it Window Treatment.
That's all I finished with, using Seton. It's been a very busy week, and I've been following the course outlined in One Zentangle a Day and doing some little pieces when I get some free time (which hasn't been much)
sorry about the quality. Even before my poor computer got sick, I had quality issues for not having a scanner, and used my digital camera and some minor editing. Well, that editing software is gone now, so the quality went downhill. Hopefully soon I'll have the computer back to semi normal, plus I AM going to get a scanner. Dave Hunter is guiding my purchase of that, thank you very much, friend!