Thursday 10 March 2016

The tangles sure have travelled.

  It's a busy, busy week for me this week. But I'd just like to show you what Joni and I have been up to for the Travelling Tangles project...

Sandhya Manne with Joni Toh

Nancy Dawes with Joni Toh

Sandhya Manne with Stephanie Jennifer

Barb Hoopterp with Stephanie Jennifer

Nancy Dawes with Stephanie Jennifer
  Wonderful, aren't they? If you'd like to join this collaborative world-wide Zentangle project, do join us over on the Travelling Tangles Facebook page.

  And here are two coloured tiles... I'm still working through the Canson papers that I bought. (I have a review of Canson sketchbooks and papers right here. There's a giveaway at the end of that post too!)

Tripoli monotangle. I was noodling around with having beads in each of the Tripolis.

And a Paradox monotangle.

  Finally, I'd like to briefly mention that I've started to draw Zendalas. In the past, I used to use them like regular tiles- not caring about making them look symmetrical, or even filling the entire tile... However, I thought that it was about time I tried my hand at making something like those beautiful tiles I've seen other Zentangle artists do. Here's my first of many:

Striping on Paradox... Shattuck... African Artist...
Reminds me of an atom.
   And that's all I have for you. I don't think I'll be joining any of the weekly challenges. I am trying to make a flip-through video of the Derwent colouring book that is being sold at Art Friend... I am planning a new tutorial... And I am soon completing my Tiga sketchbook, and I'd like to do a tour of it after I'm done. So look out for those new posts coming to you soon. Until then.. Keep tangling! ^-^

1 comment:

  1. So much beautiful work happening here! Your zendala is gorgeous. Symmetrical zendalas are uncharted territory for me, but I'm always inspired when I see work like this. I have to say your "Tripoli" on the watercolor tile is a real stand out.