I've been trying to think up something to write about. Since I would like to learn moe Zentangles, I decided to do it alphabetically. So, I made a tangle using the letter A, and used tangles whose names began with the Letter A. Here it is:
One of the comments (well, OK, the ONLY comment so far) that I got was to try "not outlining the sections in ink." Well, I think I've done that in this piece. No borders - the art just sorta floats... hmm... I'll be trying more and posting them as they are completed.
I called this one BUG.
I don't have a title for this one.
I also scanned them on a dark background to make them POP on the page.
Just more artwork.This was a smaller one I did. I used Euca, Dragonaire and Bubbles tangles. The part that looks like a parking lot was actually a "mistake" although there are no mistakes in tangling. SO, I called it Parking Lot. I'll have to use it again - perhaps submit it as a "new" tangle -- but there's probably one out there similiar that I don't know about.
This one uses Punzel (get it? Rapunzel - the long hair braid), Tink, BB and Box spirals. I couldn't find a name for the circle spirals, but I'm sure there is one. I need to learn how to do the shading.
My new hobby gets me off the computer for a bit each day. My other hobby is an online game called EQ2. Anyway, while I'm drawing, I connect to tanglepatterns.com to look for patterns for my next Zentangle.
Here's another tangle - I probably should call them zentangle inspired, since I don't always follow the "rules".
Similiar to the first one. I was trying out a new tangle called Sundoo. I like it as a border.
I found Zentangles(R) on the web last August and was delighted to find something artistic that I could actually do.
Here's one that I've recently completed. Thanks Maria and Rick!
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