Thursday, January 29, 2015

Chebucto & Copada

. . . were the only patterns to use in this week’s zentangle challenge at I am the diva. Both were new to me, so I practised them before tangling them in my red Moleskine. I still managed to make a ‘variation’ in Chebucto (there are no mistakes in zentangling!).

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  1. You are a true zentangle artist, and your last words are so true. Isn't it deliberating that there are no mistakes in zentangling and in free form embroidery!

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    1. Thanks, Queenie. I don't feel like a zentangle artist I just enjoy the process!

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  2. Nice drawing -and I agree--there are no mistakes in Zentangling. I call them opportunities for creativity.

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    1. Thanks, Suzy. I like opportunities for creativity too!

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  3. These are really cool! I like how you did the shadowing on them!

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    1. Thanks, Rose. I kept the shading simple this time.

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  4. Very very nice. You r inspiring me to do more tangling.

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    1. Thanks, Shami. I'm looking forward to see your next embroidered zentangle!

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  5. The shading in this tile is great!!! Well, the whole tile is beautiful.

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    1. Dank je wel, Anne. Deze keer heb de schaduw simpel gehouden, ik ben heel tevreden met dit effect!

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  6. Of course, you made me curious, so I was looking for the variation and If I found it: It is looking good and interesting.

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    1. At first I didn't like my variation (I had to tell myself there are no mistakes in zentangle), but now I think it's fun.

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  7. Lovely tile! Beautiful variation of Copada!

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    1. Thanks, LonettA. After telling myself there are no mistakes in zentangle I could enjoy my variation!

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  8. This is a lovely pattern, are they just made up in your head as you go along?

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    1. No, they are not my patterns! There are a lot of different official and unofficial zentangle patterns.

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  9. I had not heard of zentangles until reading your blog last year. I find them fascinating. Yours are wonderful!

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    1. Thanks, Renee. I'm always amazed at what you can do with a zentangles.

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  10. Really pretty tile with great shading!

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