As I mentioned in my first post, a friend introduced me to Zentangle in 2009. I’m so thankful that she did. I came home and devoured the official website, read its newsletter archives, and made me a notebook containing printouts of the tangle directions.
One might think that since I created my first Zentangles five years ago that I would be “an expert” at it but as I’ve said before, I have not consistently drawn; consequently I’m still pretty new at it. I have thought about maybe going to a CZT seminar but it is not something God has given me the go ahead to do as yet.
Last week I shared some Zentangles I did earlier this year. Today I am sharing some of my best from my first Zentangles. I encourage you to try your hand at it; you just might be filled with wonder at what you can create too.
This one has cubine and nzepple as the main two tangles. You can find the directions in the archives of the official Zentangle website or at tanglepatterns.com both are free and have LOTS of information.
In this one I used cubine; it was one of my favorites and still is one of my “go-to” tangles.
In this one I used cadent, cubine, crescent moon, and a few others I cannot remember the names of. It kind of reminds me of a pineapple.
I don’t know what I have in this next one but it kind of reminds me of a quilt or something.
Well, I hope these will inspire you to try your hand at some kind of art this week.
Until next time, God bless,