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.
Trying my hand at using ink shading instead of pencil shading for my Zentangle inspired art. So far, so good. This was done with a Staedtler 0.1mm tech pen.