Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Zendala of Frankenstein

The challenge over at The Bright Owl this week is to  turn Erin's template into a Halloween masterpiece. I'm not too sure about the "masterpiece" part, but my rendition of Frankenstein would certainly fall into the Halloween part. At first, I wondered how this would work into my way of thinking about Zentangle and Zendala's. However, once I got started, I found the rhythm the same as I went about the circle repeating one little piece of the face at a time. I did manage to squeeze in a bit of Knightsbridge along the outer edge! A fun challenge!

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    1. Thanks, Carmela. Certainly different than any Zendala I've ever done before LOL!

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  2. Very original, Jean, and the little eyes are cute.

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    1. Thanks, Annemarie. I expect to see more of him pop up in this challenge though LOL!

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  3. Love your Frankie's and I see you colored yours also. Those eyes in the middle, Spooky.

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    1. Thanks, Beverly. I think this was a really fun challenge, for those of us in the US anyway :)

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  4. Oooh, love your dramatic colors and Frankenstein faces!

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    1. Thank you, Donna. Kind of weird, but it was fun anyway :)

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  5. How absolutely adorable! I love it!

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    1. Thanks, Carolyn. Frankenstein has probably never been called adorable before LOL! He is kind of cute though :)

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  6. Jean I just love your Franks!!! And the eyes in the middle are pretty creepy :0) It sure was a fun challenge! Have a great weekend! :0)

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    1. Thanks, Annette. I found this a really fun and unique challenge too!

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  7. Fabulous! What a great Halloween-zendala!

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  8. What can I still say now? I agree with the other comments;-)

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    1. LOL! It does get more and more difficult to come up with different words to say the same thing! Thank you so much for stopping by and "agreeing" to what the others have said. You made me smile :)

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  9. Great idea! You made this very well.
    Greetings,
    UUna

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  10. What a fun tile. I love the Frankenstein monsters. And those eyes.

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    1. Thanks, Audrie. I sure enjoyed doing this one. Different LOL!

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