After a quick trip to do some food shopping, I came back home and decided to hunker down, Zentangle style. With itchy, swollen eyes and runny nose, I grabbed the pollen-est colored tile I could find for Joey's High Five challenge. (That was sooo clever, Joey!) Hopefully, it won't make you sneeze!
Earlier this week, I had done the Diva's challenge with Shattuck as part of my Zentangle Primer exercises for Lesson 2. If I may, I'd like to recommend that you get your hands on a copy ASAP. Here's why:
- to re-discover the magic of the basics and all the possibilities they offer.
- to slow down,focus on making deliberate strokes and shading in different ways to change the way a tangle looks.
- to learn how the basic tangles can be used in an infinite number of tangleations. For example, in lesson 1, with 4 different tangles, you'll get almost 30 different patterns.
- to discover the new Zentangle concept of reticulata and fragments. This will blow your mind. And I'm not going to say anything else.
- to admire the amazing work of Maria, Rick and Molly.
I've also purchased the new Zentangle Mosaic app. I highly recommend it, too, and will speak more about it in an upcoming post. I don't want to test your patience any more than I already have, especially since this is my 101st post and I value my readers!
Thanks, as always, for visiting! Have a w o n d e r f u l week!