Fill in Tangle
is Cyme, a tangle with lots of areas to tangle in. Todays prompt is to choose a tangle and fill the tangle with tangles and I filled my tangle Cyme with lots of different tangles. It was really
Remix: a piece of media which has been altered from its original state by adding, removing, and/or changing pieces of the item.
So todays challenge is to choose one Zentangle from the earlier days and remix it.
I decided to use the same tangles and
Hefty Hack with tne new Official Tangle: Drawings"
It’s the Hefty Hack - technique! Materials you need: watersoluble markers like Tombows, a brush and water and also a plastic bag.
Now scribble some color on the plastic bag. Wet parts of your paper with your brush
Gem-Session No.1 !
During last years Zengems just popped up in Zentangle-land and they are still immensly popular. So today, we draw Gems. I now that a lot of Tangler love drawing those Zengems and they really look beautiful, but I have to
Handlettering, is extremely popular at the moment. Handlettering goes very well in combination with Zentangle. So I chose a script-font and tried to reproduce by hand and combine it with Zentangle. I used a Zendala tile, because I wanted the lettering to be
Zentangle goes triangular!
Brand-new is Zentangle inc.’s 3Z tiles, which they introduced at the ZenAgain Worskhop last year. So today’s prompt is to tangle away on a 3Z tile. Which is pretty good for my, because so far I didn't try out the 3Z's.
Today it is about glitter and glamour. I used some embossing powder so make the tangle Cyme sparkle. Well, not only my tangle sparkles, but my hands, my face, the dogs...actually everything I touched after adding glitter to my tangle.
Todays prompt is to first to find some stuff around the house and arrange it on the tile. Than trace the shapes with pencil onto the tile and so we have the string! And tangle! I gathered my stuff in the kitchen. A piece
Todays challenge is to create a tile with tangles that are new to me.
So I tried for the first time "Loop" by Amelie Liao, CZT, "Diamond Drops" by Janice Sherlock and "Fricle" by Julie Evans, CZT. And if you look a little bit
The prompt for today is to make a duo-colored Zentangle drawing. I decided to stick with black and added some orange in the background. The whole tile went out a little bit too wild and crowded:) But that's okay,