Thursday, August 8, 2013

Jekyll and Hyde

Well! Let the bells ring out and the banners fly! I'm actually posting a Zendala Dare on time!

Erin's Dare #68 is quite an interesting one. She calls it Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. The idea is to use her mandala template, divide it in halves, and do each half somehow quite different from the other half. Cool! She has some wonderful examples of her own on her blog post, here.

For this first outing I chose to do one half using curvy lines and circles, the other half using straight lines and angles. More or less. :)
I quite like this idea and think I'll try it again.
Tangles in the curvy half: Coaster, Lamar, Meer, Paisley Boa, Tipple
Tangles in the angular half: Braze, Knightsbridge, Paradox, Zedbra, Zewm variation
and elements of Cubine


  1. A good chois of tangles- feminine - round and masculine - man.

  2. Nice contrast in tangles. Like the way this turned out.

  3. Ваши "Джекил и Хайд" бесподобны - обе половинки красивы, а вместе представляют собой удивительное зрелище!

    1. Translation: MelkotaAugust 8, 2013 at 2:15 PM Your "Jekyll and Hyde" matchless - the two halves of the beautiful, and together are an amazing sight!

  4. I like this masculine and feminine divided zendala; great choise of tangles.

  5. Absolutely brilliant! Great interpretation of this challenge!

  6. Great choice and execution of tangles! Love the linear side best, though the contrast of linear and curvy is stunning.

  7. This is quite stunning! Thank you for the inspiration, too.

    Be creative and catch some happy!

    Jacque Solomon