Good day, everyone.
Today is the half-way point in this book. It is also the end of a chapter. I’ve peeked ahead and am very excited about what’s coming up: color! Today our assignment was to use two of my favorite tangles: Betweed and Rick’s Paradox. i learned both of these at my CZT training. I wonder if that is why I like them so much. Despite this, my tile today is nothing to write home about.
This is Danette Pratt’s contribution:
Here are 2 tiles for OZAD-21. One regular tile and one Sepia tile. The tangle patterns for this lesson are Rick’s Paradox, Betweed and Betweed variaton. I really enjoyed doing both of these tiles today, because I really LOVE the tangle patterns! Betweed was the first one I ever did almost a year ago, when a friend told me about Zentangle, and I visited the site…I was hooked immediately and I haven’t stopped since!!! So I am very partial to Betweed!!
Lesson 21- Repetition Creating Transformation – Plus. use Rick’s Paradox and B’tweed-I started the lesson thinking I would do Rick’s Paradox in the center of the tile, surrounded by B’tweed. I changed course very early on and it’s like the tile created itself… It was a lesson without angst. I love both of these tangles. They are both so versatile and each can be quite beautiful.
Happy Monday it is here. After a long period of bad weather it seems as if spring has started today. I will join the birds to work in my garden after sending you the 21 contribution.
21: I combined the two suggestions in one. I used a sepia micron and a brown pencil to do this. There was a rest of black pencil in the stump but that did not disturb me. Today I am rather satisfied with the result and it was fun to do.
It seems to have finally turned to spring today also. I hope it stays this way. Really love the shading on Maria’s Paradox.
Happy tangling! See you tomorrow.