|Tangles: Black Pearlz, Paradox, Sindoo, Tripoli, Wud, |
Wud with ribbon variation
When I attended the third CZT teacher training seminar in May 2010, one of the other students, Joni Feddersen, shared a tangle that she decided to call Wud. It's commonly used in architectural drawings as a symbol for wood and I've used it many times. It's very simple, and makes a nice border. Here's how to draw Wud:
Recently I developed this lovely variation of Wud. I wanted something slightly darker and bolder so I added 'ribbons'. To do this, in between steps two and three above, add a ribbon. I like to add highlights, but you don't have to.
Here are two ATCs. The one on the left has Wud in it's original form in the green bands. The one on the right has Wud with the ribbons variation at the bottom, and the original Wud in various other places.