Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Ing

Molly Hollibaugh's new tangle Ing is the Diva's challenge this week. You can read the story of how it came about and see the drawing instructions in the Zentangle newsletter here.

Ing is very versatile, and as such, a lot of fun to play with. It is composed of multiple triangles which can be left empty and shaded (giving an origami look), or filled with any number of things. Look at other tangles using triangles for fill ideas.

I did a few stripes of Ing to try out various fills. Top to bottom, I used Munchin, Tripoli, Fassett, some 'V's, and Rounding.
Ing can go around a curve too. Some sections have been left blank while others are filled. At the top are three layers of Ing.
Tangles: Beadlines, Black Pearlz, Daggerly, Ing, Munchin,
Pearlz, Tripoli, and the Rounding enhancement.
And one more. Ing, origami style.
Tangles: Ing, Black Pearlz, Crescent Moon, Ixorus, Krli-Qs, Pearlz

14 comments:

  1. Gorgeous, they are all three gorgeous. Ans so very you!

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  2. very nice tiles. I especially like the fist one with the stripes of pattern. It shows the patterns so well.

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  3. Three awesome Tiles. You gave ING a total workout with stunning results. I love your black pearl embellishments, they are so attractive. You use solid black with great effect. Love your work.

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  4. I like all the different th-INGs you did with ING. I also like your take on Daggerly in the second tile.

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  5. Love how you've shown so many ways to do things with ING!

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  6. 3 great tiles. Like all the different tangles you used to embellish ING.

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  7. You really added some swing to ING! I guess I need to play with tangle a little more.

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  8. These are so great. I love the strong lines.

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  9. What a great exploration of ING. I really like the stripped work on the first one. Simple and effective!

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  10. You created very nice tiles - the first one is my favorite. As Jean said simple and effective...

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  11. I love your work. Three beautiful drawings. The first one is my favorite - with its richness in variations, and the beautiful ways you integrated the variations together.

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  12. Three Terrific Tiles, Margaret, each one great in it's own way. But I think I'd have to choose the first one, because I love stripes.

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