Well, kind viewer, that's my tile for this week. That's it. Have a good one!
Just kidding. This wouldn't be much of a blog if that's all that I said about my pictures, now would it? Although pictures speak a thousand words, here are a few more to explain the story behind this Zentangle.
Laura Harms' weekly Zentangle challenge #90 this week was to use this string from tanglepatterns.com. I hadn't realized what a great resource the Strings section of tanglepatterns.com was! I loved having it already thought out, ready for tangling. I'm definitely going to use their strings more.
You can kind of see the string in the pictures, but if you were to just look at the tangles you might not think the framework of it all was so simple. I love that about tangling - I never know what the outcome will be, and it's often a seemingly complex design. Not too hard when done one stroke at a time, though!
|Tangles used: Cadent, Hollibaugh, Bronx Cheer, |
Crescent Moon tangleation, and Betweed
I'm still considering making a second Zentangle in Motion video (click the link if you don't know what I'm talking about), but I want your input. See that poll in the left sidebar, just under my bio? If you wouldn't mind, just check which option you'd like to see me do in a sequel. There's only about a week left to vote, so hop on it! Thanks to all those who have already voiced their opinions!
Okay, now I've covered everything, and I can, truthfully this time, say: "That's it!"