Wednesday, December 22, 2010

'Simplicity'

Laura Harms, a fellow CZT here in Saskatoon, has initiated a weekly zentangle challenge. It's open to anyone who wants to participate. How 'bout you?

Some months ago their basement flooded and they've been fixing things. Laura also has a two-and-a-half year old ball of energy and a pre-mature baby just come home. This week, amidst the hoopla of Christmas busy-ness, the challenge is to do a simple zentangle tile. I decided to use the two-pencil string I've been having fun with lately.

'S' for Simplicity.

8 comments:

  1. Nice. I think the double pencil string would make a great challenge. I haven't tried it yet, but soon!

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  2. This is great! i can believe how this must have a challenge for you, your pieces are always so intricate! i love the double string!

    Also, i love how the string flips over from black to white. :D

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  3. Love how the letter curves at the top and bottom, like it is a ribbon. I need to try the double pencil string.

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  4. Love the simplicity ;) and the shading sets it off nicely

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  5. This one is simply wonderful! The shading is great – and I love the double string… (even if I couldn´t explain intelligibly how it solved my probs ;-) ).

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  6. I love the double pencil string and your shading makes the S seem to float on the paper. Super!

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  7. This is so clever - it's wonderful!

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