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    Friday
    Jan152010

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    "Facts, and facts alone, are the foundation of science...
    When one devotes oneself to experimental research
    it is in order to augment the sum of known facts,
    or to discover their mutual relations."
    ~ François Magendie

    5x8" watercolor moleskine journal, pitt pen, Sakura gellyrolls

    A challenge makes it even more fun to draw. If you are an analytical thinker, try adding challenges to your doodles, some sort of rule or constraint to work within. Doodle sudoku if you will. The challenge here was simply to draw a different pattern on each half of each ray or petal...

    Reader Comments (5)

    I love your doodles :-) Wonderful.

    01.16.2010 | Unregistered CommenterSam

    Tammy, I love this!! I may challenge myself like this too! Love the feathery design too!

    01.16.2010 | Unregistered CommenterEden

    This is magnificent!!! Hugs, Terri xoxo

    Your art is amazing!! I have just started experimenting with mandala's and am finding it very relaxing, thanks for the inspiration!

    01.16.2010 | Unregistered CommenterChaotic Beauty

    *Sam, Eden, Terri and Chaotic Beauty: Thx for the positive feedback, I wasn't quite sure how it would be received! The process of drawing mandalas is clearly addictive. In a good way.
    ~ Tammy

    01.17.2010 | Registered Commentergypsy

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