"UMT - Orbs-la-Dee by Anneke van Dam"
like every first Monday of the month the Weekly Diva Challenge is a Use My Tangle Challenge – this month's Orbs-la-Dee by Anneke van Dam, and you can see the step outs here .
It feels like the
... is the new black.
The graphite can be an important part of the composition and more than just shading. So we are asked to try this today in our Zentangle drawing. Well, I guess I could have added more graphite, because it
well not really. It was not so easy as it sounded – for me.
The challenge for today drawing a string only using straight lines. What kind of tangles is up to us, organic- or gridtangles or everything else.
There are many crooked lines
Mandala – the Zentangle way
I love drawing Zandalas. There are many possibilties, you can either draw just freehand without a string, which I mostly do, or you can create a string to create a structured Zendala. For this Zendala I
Less options for more relaxation
There are so many beautiful tangles out there. So you can flip through hundreds of tangles before choosing one for your tile. Mostly I do it intuitive, not thinking to much about it. Just looking at
sounds a little bit like a new cocktail ;). My dearest friend from Switzerland and her boyfreind have been on holidays at our house. We were tangling in the evenings. Her boyfriend tangled for the first time and he
Drama, Baby, Drama.
Dramatangles are those tangles that add some "drama" – meaning contrast into the tile. The easy way to create this drama is using tangles that have a good contrast between black and white, just as "Umble". Umble is
Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge, Newport RI
Todays prompt is an inspiration that comes from a landscape. That might be the lines from the landscape as a string, the colors of the landscape or to be inspired by the place itself. I love trees,