A journey down Tangle Street, learning as we go and sharing the joy of Zentangle®!
This is cool,very tribal.
Thanks, Beverly. I didn't think that way, but now that you say it, I think you'r right. Those outer shapes look kind of like shields.
I love the drama you achieved with the sharp contrast! The cadent border is very cool!
Thank you, Jennifer. I'm trying to add more "drama" to my pieces. (Probably meaning, more black!)
What a great idea! It is like floating. I love it!
Thanks, Nevena. I just love reading what people see in these things :)
Nice work! I especially like what you did with the connectors on the inside and around the edge.
Thank you, Donna. Those just kind of happened and actually surprised me. I love it when tangles do that.
I LOVE the contrast in your zendala Jean! I like how your 'rings' are connected. And, like you said, it's always fun to see what we do with a template, the huge difference.
Yes, Annemarie, that's the best part. Seeing what every did with the same start. Thank you.
Jean, I love all the darkness in this. More black, always makes a tile look so much more dramatic!! Lovely!!! ;0)
I used to avoid adding black, Annette, because I was afraid I would use up all my ink LOL! Silly, especially since I have pens all over the house! Thanks.
Wonderful and well-balanced zendala with a fine contrast! Lovely choice of tangles and the Cadent border is great!
Thank you very much, Lonetta!
Nice Zendala. I like the 3D effect.
Thanks, Christiane :)
Your stone stack is warm and beautiful. The effects you achieved are wonderful. It's not all that often that stones make one feel warm and fuzzy, but yours did. :)
Thank you, Suzanne.
Very nice, Jean! Love it!
Thank you, Laurel.
Beautifully done Jean! I love the use of Verve in the center pods, and love the way you changed the connecting lines to circles, cadent and a sort of rounding…. much more organic!
I do love to play with Verve. I also love to play with Paradox and use them partially or in unexpected shapes. Thank you, Sue.