I developed a tangle using the Arabic symbol for six. Some of the Zentangle community that takes part of the Weekly Diva Challenge kept calling it a “raincoat”. I enjoy the feedback I’m getting and decided to share the instructions for making Raincoat 6.
Laura Harm’s latest challenge is up at her website.
This week’s Zentangle challenge is to find inspiration from Earth Day.
Rixty is not my favorite tangle. I tend to draw right triangles instead of equilateral ones. After a couple of false starts over the course of the week, I finally got into the right frame of mind to tackle this week’s challenge by Laura Harms.
Laura Harms’ challenge for the week is to use your initials as a string to make a tangle. My initials are 5 letters, so it was a bit complicated to use them as a string. It turned out better than I expected.
Kelly mentioned in my Quandry challenge post that she had a difficult time with the Quandry tangle. Here’s a tutorial explaining how I did the Quandry tangle. There are two methods I found work for me. The first is to start it as a line of petals. The Quandry tends to come out like it’s in […]
This week’s challenge is to use Quandry. Which is a bit of reverse engineering, as I didn’t notice where to get the instructions for it. Laura did mention that there were many ways to draw Quandry, so I think it’s ok.
Ben Kwok has a Facebook group called Ornation Creation where he posts templates members can fill in with their doodling.
Took a break to make a tangle using Knyt and Sanibelle.
This week’s challenge is to use a spiral as your thread.