Our weekly Zentangle challenge was to try out Truffle by Caroline Broady. There are so many things you can do with this tangle. I had some fun playing with it. My tile looks a little like an undersea world to me. This is a great tangle. Thanks Caroline!
This week the challenge was a UMT Challenge (Use My Tangle). We were given Crux by Henrike Bratz. I of course, am a little behind in getting mine posted. I had fun doing this. I think the shading made a big difference to the way it turned out. I love this pattern and expect to be using it in a whole lot of places. I’m loving the challenges!
This circle challenge proved to be fun and a little intimidating. I had not created my own large circle to tangle in, before this challenge. I’ve done a couple of Zendalas and done other tangles within multiple circles but nothing like this.
The challenge was to only use ONE circle as an outline. All tangles had to stay within the circle. It really was great fun and I got to use the watercolor background that I made a few weeks ago.
This week’s challenge was Duotangle – Auraknot vs Mooka. I had never tried Auraknot but love Mooka. One of my Auraknots got very messed up, of course it was my first one. But overall I like the piece. I just have to ignore that one area. I REALLY love the colors I put together on the watercolor paper.
Though I have been doing things creative, I was on vacation for a while and not following challenges. I had a blast watching my grandson learn to walk. We got to spend some time in Nashville with our daughter, her husband and their cute little guy. I enjoyed every minute of my time with them and had a difficult time leaving.
That brings me to my quick Day 18 challenge. I wanted to learn some tangles I hadn’t tried before. Today at lunch I used my tangle a day calendar, which I’m way behind in, to do the tangles Jingles by Connie Taylor and Zonked by Barbara Finwall. I didn’t do any shading but I had some fun with these.
Created for my brother so that he remembers how great he is. What I didn’t mention, is that it is about the size of a business card. The paper is one that I “painted” during a “Paper Play” afternoon at The Photography Center. It was very fun to do. And though I’m not much of an “orange and yellow” kind of person, I have to admit that it turned out to be pretty cool!
I’m sure that many of you have seen the movie Frozen. The song from it, “Let it Go” has become a regular around my house as well as in my car when something is getting on my nerves. So I decided to make a daily reminder for myself.
This paper was painted with shaving cream by Randall, a Philly area CZT. It took me a while to build up the courage to tangle on such a beautiful piece of paper. It turned out very pretty and was fun to do. I think much of the color of the paint is highlighted with the different patterns.
This challenge was using circle strings. I thought it would be fun to use circles within circles. I really like how this turned out. I have really been enjoying doing the Diva challenges. If you do Zentangle and you haven’t tried one of the challenges, I urge you to give it a shot. You can find them on her blog I am the diva.
I’m a little late to the party on this one. But I did have some fun with it.
I did this challenge on watercolor paper. I used my Tombow markers and water to create an ombre look. I thought it was fitting for a pattern called “Rain” and it was fun to do. My finished version has highlights with a soapstone pencil. I’ll have to take a picture of it (when I can get to it) and add it below this one.
This challenge was a DuoTangle using only Well and Punzel. I hadn’t ever tried either pattern and it took me a while to get them down. I think it turned out pretty nice overall.
I had fun with this new pattern. It has so many possibilities for shading and drawing. I think the diagonal version would be really fun for fourth of July tangles.
The name came from my daughter who thought the centers looked like the Japanese throwing star Shuriken.