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The Zentangle® Method, created by Maria Thomas and Rick Roberts, is an easy to learn, fun and relaxing way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Let's Get Straight to It!



None of this curvy stuff this week, dixit the Diva.  Straight line tangles only, thank you very much.
I drew this one in my lonesome Moleskine. I started with Swarm, which sometimes worked for me! (I think I have to think of it like Tripoli, in terms of keeping the spaces the same distance. I also have to TURN MY TILE.)Next I added what I seem to remember seeing as a squared version of Cadent, which, by the way, was named for "hound's tooth", and kinda sorta looked like this. Phroz, ING, Munchin, W2 with Hibred fill and some other fill that I don't know what to call.  All in all, different for me, so I'm really happy to have done the challenge!
Thanks for your visit! Have a straightforward week ;)

13 comments:

  1. Beautiful and with great contrast in it.

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  2. Wonderful composition and beautiful shading!

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  3. Beautiful work with well chosen tangles in a nice combination. I'm fond of your way of drawing Cadent, well done!

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  4. Love your tangle choices and the bold look of this moleskin work.

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  5. What a gorgeous piece! Your composition is really lovely. I especially love how you drew Cadent. I'm gonna have to put that down in the sketchbook right now;-) Thanks for the inspiration. This turned out to be a great challenge. I was skeptical at first.

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  6. All straight lines, but it still seems to have movement! and certainly depth! Nicely done!

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  7. Beautiful tile with great linework!

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  8. Nice choice of tangles to complete this week's challenge. The squared Cadent is my favorite!

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  9. I like the way you combined the patterns. The way you did Cadent is cool!

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  10. I really love this, nice work!

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  11. Beautiful W2! A very nifty piece of tangling!

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