One of the many things that Rick and Maria mentioned during the CZT seminar I attended in May 2010 is that no tangle is any more complicated than any other tangle, but there are certainly tangles that require more concentration. Anything is possible, one stroke at a time, right? I think this is one of those tangles that requires more concentration. It also looks nice if there's a large area of it.
On the tile below you can see Bevia in the upper left.
|Tangles: BEVIA, Florez, Pearlz, Umble, W2, Yincut |
and Oakling (a tangle I haven't shared yet.)
What a fun tangle Margaret - thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Wow! This is an awesome pattern. Your zentangle is soooo beautiful!ReplyDelete
Like this one! Lots of possibilities.ReplyDelete
Oh I like it Margaret! And a very clever tile!ReplyDelete
Again YOU AMAZE me!ReplyDelete
Super, I can see this in some of my upcoming zentangle pieces. Thank youReplyDelete
Cool! Thanks for sharing, Margaret.ReplyDelete
I hate to point this out, but you have to be careful shading this, because it can end up looking like a swastika if you aren't careful. Love your blog, beautiful art.ReplyDelete
I noticed that it could have that look so I designed it to "spin" clockwise, in a positive direction. (The Nazi swastika "spins" counter-clockwise.) You're observant!ReplyDelete