Thursday, October 20, 2011

Zentangle Challenge #44 - Tangled on the Inside



The challenge this week is to do a tangle (or tangles) within a tangle. This was another one of those fun ones to think about -- tangle options kept popping up in my head for a few days. I knew I wanted to do "Rick's Paradox" for the tangle string, and then settled on "Crescent Moon" for the inside part. I love "Rick's Paradox" because it is so fun to do, and I remember Rick teaching it when I went to get certified as a Zentangle teacher -- what a fabulous memory! And I usually teach "Crescent Moon" first in a class. It is so fun to see how happy participants get as their tangle unfolds. It's a tangle that gives people confidence right away as they start their marvelous Zentangle journey.

10 comments:

  1. Beautiful tile! I also love the memory of Rick teaching Paradox at CZT training and Crescent Moon is the first tangle I teach at every basic class too. Great post!

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  3. Great idea and it came out beautifully. It is funny how that happens with Zentangle.

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  4. Carol, I love how this combination of tangles emerged! I wonder how it would look to do a series of tangles within this same "paradox" string! Hmmmmmm............

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  5. Hi Carol -- I love this tangle. It is mesmerizing! Nice job my friend.

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  6. Great combo, it pulls the eye inside!

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  7. Wow! I like what you have done! I was thinking of trying the same thing Tricia wondered just before I read her comment.

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  8. This is amazing! So simple and so complex at the same time.

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