Wednesday 27 May 2015

Zentangle Challenge: Straight Lines

Zentangle Challenge #219 was all about making a tile using only straight lines.

  I'm not feeling my bestest today cause I'm stressed out, but tangling helped calm me down. This tile was not my best work but in the spirit of the weekly challenges, I'm still going to show it:
It's done with "Paradox" which is one of my favourite patterns. 

  I might find the time to do another tile somewhere along this week or the next. Till' then, happy tangling to all of you.

  View my next zentangle challenge submission that was much better than the one shown above via this link. (There's also a really big announcement about my very first exhibition in that post, with a behind-the-scenes look at some of the art works that will be exhibited.)
  Or, you can view my previous zentangle challenge submission, which was pretty cool too: (click me)


  1. Ahhh. Rick's paradox. This is also the first tangle that came to mind for me for this challenge because it produces a curvilinear effect while being composed of all straight lines---hence, the paradox. I'm glad it helped with your stress.

  2. Nice use of Rick's Paradox! I love (as Suzanne so aptly said) the curvilinear effect on your tile!

  3. Very interesting! My eyes kept circling (in sort of a square way), toward the centre!

  4. Thank you all for your kind comments.
    A new Diva challenge is just out and I hope to see more of you participating in it. :)