Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Tangling Tuesday Again

Still fascinated by Zentangles®. As in most things, we're autodidacts (meaning self-taught). We learn by researching and reading, trial and error. We've discovered Zentangling is meant to be done without too much thought and as we've mentioned before, we are heavy-duty over-thinkers. That might explain why we have found it surprisingly difficult to get into this Zentangle® craze. It's the sheer appeal of other people's tangles that has made us so tenacious. So, without further ado, here are our responses to the Diva's current challenge ....Challenge #26 Tangle A Spiral.





10 comments:

  1. oooh - did I tell you at my last show, I was next to the woman who teaches Zentangles locally? It was really amazing! The more I look at it, the more it makes me want to embroider. I could design a mandala or something. Very interesting!
    ~Monika

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  2. A whirl wind of fun. There is so much positive energy going on in these tiles.

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  3. So cool! I cannot choose a favorite.

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  4. Both are great, very effervescent and playful. Your lines are wonderful. ZESTY!

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  5. These are awesome! I especially like the King's Crown design in the second one!

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  6. I love the second. Very smooth and feminine. A beautiful opening.

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  7. Love your spirals!! So happy!!!!

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  8. Thanx so much for leaving a comment on my "from the Root..." Zentangle. in case you didn't get my reply, I really thrilled to get a comment from somebody whose work I admire and enjoy. - I love to read your blogs - we seem to think spookily alike! x

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