Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Zentangle Weekly Challenge #48 "Tri-Shapes"



This challenge was fun and a real learning experience. Although I had practiced a couple of the tangles that I choose, I had to learn a lot of new ones. Not everything turned out (paradox), but I'm happy because I like the balance with small, fine detail and larger bits. I had hoped to put circular tangles in the circle, squares in the square, and triangles in the triangle, and where they overlapped, mix them - ie. find a pattern with circles and squares... etc. I was spending way too much time searching for "the perfect" match, but decided that I needed to relax a bit :)

7 comments:

Precious Worker said...

Great design!I like the 'window"

Sue Clark said...

I love what you did with the challenge! Love the window panes in the square and love the circle and how it has folds in it...very cool!

Eden said...

I really like the folded edge of your circle, what a great look. I think your paradox came out fine... Add a
little shading and that pattern will really pop out for you. great job. I am pretty news to tangling too, about q month or so. I've been learning from the surfing, SO much great info out there! Keep it up!

Sue said...

Thank you everyone for your comments and encouragement. As a new tangler, I appreciate hearing from you!

Jay said...

I love your choice of patterns! Esp. what you did with the circle!!

Lutka And Co. said...

I like all the patterns you chose, especially the circle ones!

Terrie said...

So creative! I like the window panes of the square and the folds along the circle edge. I like your style!