A couple of new zentangle items for you today from a couple of different challenges.
The first is a monotangle, a design created using only one tangle pattern. I created this in response to The Bright Owl’s weekly zendala challenge. (A Zendala is a mandala made using the zentangle method.) Challenge 81 used a template made out of crescents. Purk has become a recent favorite of mine, especially for crescent shapes, so I decided to to use it for the entire zendala.
The second is a duotangle for the Diva’s weekly tangle challenge. This week she challenged us to use only the tangles Pea-Knuckle and Well.
I hope you enjoy and I would love to hear your thoughts.
Here is another piece of my Zentangle inspired art, this one in response to The Diva’s weekly zentangle challenge. This week she challenged us with using the new official tangle “Quib”. I played around with it a bit and came up with a little tangled jellyfish.
Quib inspired jellyfishy thing
I dabbled with a bit of color in my shading for this one, although it does not show well in the picture. (Note to self: must get printer/scanner hooked back up to computer…)
Hope you enjoy and I’d love to hear your feedback.
Lately I have revisited doing some Zentangle Inspired Art. They are pattern based drawings, very doodly, very calming to do as you get sucked into the patterns. You can get the full scope on the Zentangle and meditation at http://www.zentangle.com/.
Getting into the fall spirit, I decided to tackle some iconic Halloween images in Zentangles and share them with you. I warmed up with the pumpkin, and then moved on the the owl and the cat.
Zentangle black cat
Let me know what you think. How are you celebrating autumn?