Tuesday, March 12, 2013

" Zentangle Quest " - Challenge #109

The catalyst for this week's challenge comes from a post on the Zentangle blog .  A photo, taken in Italy, led to the deconstruction of the design, which was then translated (into the language of Zentangle), and a step-out by Maria.  Now all this tangle needs is a name!

Great idea, Laura .  This was a really fun one to play with!!

Traditional Zentangle - Sakura Microns Black & Brown  #01/0.25mm; graphite shading
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And I've been working on a  ZIA for ... someone.
 
ZIA - 9"x12" Bristol; Sakura Micron Black #01/0.25mm; PrismaColor Pencils; Zig Platinum, fine
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Happy tangling...
... and thank you for visiting.
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12 comments:

  1. I love the shading n this, wonderful tile. Great job!

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  2. Great work. A lovely pattern combination, and I love your free-style drawing!

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  3. Wonderful! lovely colours and fab shading!

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  4. Great, just great!
    The zia is a lot of fun, I think.

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  5. Your composition on this tile is super. I love how 'mary and susan' are hiding in your ZIA

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  6. Great pieces of art. The first one is really beautiful, great effect by useing red for the background tangle and black/grey and white for the pillars.

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  7. Cool effect and perspective! Your ZIA looks like you have mixed in 'favourite things' fun, fun, fun!!

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  8. Fun, fantastic , and flawless!

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  9. Lovely. Really like the red background on this one.

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  10. The "bumps" look like they have been placed on top of that tile. So 3D. Your ZIA is coming along beautifully.

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  11. I also love the red background, very nice work!

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  12. I love the two-tone effect, it gives a lot of dimension to your tile.

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