I really enjoyed doing a tangle a day throughout October. Here’s the last one where cruffle was the tangle. I “sliced” one open. And they kind of resemble hard candies or marbles. Since I already have the tangle-a-day calendar and I enjoyed the daily tangling, I decided to continue one in my 2015 tangle-a-day calendar and see how I do.
Here’s the first three days.
I forget what challenge or tangle suggestion I followed to find Seespan, it may have been a tangle suggestion on Tanglepatterns.com; I like it. Suzanne’s directions made the ribbon effect easy to do. The next is Abeko which I did during Inktober and really enjoyed it. It flowed well and was easy to remember. Next to that is one I found on Patterncollections.com called cupcake flower. I learned this one earlier this year and have loved drawing it. It flows so nicely.
Next is the fourth through sixth. I just pulled an old favorite out of my memory and out came paradox. Hmmm, looking at it online just now, I think I need a little graphite up into the four. I enjoyed tangling cadent on the fifth. It’s another favorite of mine. For some reason, I haven’t used it in quite some time, so I just filled the whole section with it. I still need to go back and do some shading though.
Then next up is my submission for #DC375 using Burtz. It reminds me of tentacles. So, I thought it went well with the Square One: Purely Zentangle focus tangle of Wigwag, which looks like waves to me, in the stepout but here it seems to look more like branches and roots. Hmmm . . .
Well, that’s it from me today. I had a fun, busy day hanging with my mom. She treated me to lunch and then to Hobby Lobby, where I got to share with her the loveliness. It’s one of my happy places with it’s pretty household decor for sale, holiday decor, stickers, craft stuff, and WASHI TAPE.
Until next time, God bless,