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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.

Saturday, February 25, 2017

Diva's Weekly Challenge #304: Waybop

It's been a bit of a rough week here in the Sparrows' nest. Apparently my furious bouts of knitting and tangling last week  caused a lot of inflammation in my right hand and hips.  I was diagnosed with "trigger finger" last Wednesday, and ordered to avoid sitting and, of course, drawing. What's a Zenspar to do?
Today, I tentatively picked up  my pen for the Waybop challenge. Surely after 10 days sans tangles I would be fine. I managed to finish the Waybop line work when the pain made a reappearance.  "Nevertheless, she persisted" would be  appropriate here, but don't tell the doctor!


Thanks for stopping in! Have a lovely, tangle-filled week!

9 comments:

  1. I will not tell your doctor that you created this lovely Waybop tile. But .... don't overdo things because it will take so much more time if you do. Take care.

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  2. Beautiful colors and beautiful work, but please take care. Me too have problems with arthrose (neck/back/shoulders...) and it is very important to take enough rest and do regulary exercises, not drawing too long. It is difficult, I know!

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  3. Love your Waybop composition and the beautiful colors! Take care!

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  4. Wonderful Waybop design and composition! Fabulous colours! :)

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    1. Thank you, Trudi! Your Waybop was so creative! I loved the Narwhal and vibrant colors!

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  7. Wonderful tile with Way Bob! I like the lovely details!
    Please take care of you.

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  8. This tile is soooo lovely and it shows only joy! I'm sorry to hear of your pain... I understand... It's difficult when you are not supposed to use your hands! Take care of yourself!

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