Margaret Bremner creates artwork
that is intricate, funky, and whimsical.
I love the way you have used the basic shape to incorporate so many other styles and create individual areas. I feel the urge to try again and do much more than the basic shape. Thank you very much for your inspiration.
You've got some nice variations! Love it!
How beautiful!!! You have really grasped the concept of Assunta! I find it to be rather difficult but your tile is inspiring me!!!
I love your variations, Margaret!
I love the way you use the same tile all over and just change the inners and shades...awesome..lly inspiring!
Love all the variations you did along with the dark and light-wonderful!
I agree with Penny. The way you varied Assunta is very intrigueing. Nice job.
WOW! Margaret, this tile is fantastic!!! I love the dark and light...and even thought you used the same tangle all the way through...it looks different! LOVE how even you got them...now I KNOW I need more practice!
Wow, wow, wow! You got great variations and great results with what I found to be a very hard pattern to learn!!
There are some other variations of Assunta on the Zentangle blog here: http://zentangle.blogspot.com/2011/08/more-assunta.htmlEnjoy!
Fabulous! I loved looking at each example of Assunta and figuring out how you morphed them from one to the next. I'm really struggling to get my curves even and yours looked stamped, they're so perfect! I'll keep trying cuz I want one that's pretty like yours!