Monday, February 27, 2012

Zentangle Challenge #60

This week's Zentangle Challenge (#60) is to use the two tangles "Cirquital" and "Munchin". LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Munchin! I hadn't tried it before; and don't even remember seeing it (I am fairly new though). It's a tangle I want to play around with and see the different effects with large, and/or small, straight lines, and/or curvy lines, and variations in shading. I've used Cirquital a couple of times, but again, I'll play around with it more and see what happens. I can't wait to see what other people come up with on this week's "I am the Diva" challenge. Thoroughly enjoyed this challenge - it didn't stress me out like some of them have :)

10 comments:

Deb Ammerman said...

Great job on the challenge... I like the way you put the little Cirquital off to the bottom left side... great job on the challenge. :)

ledenzer said...

Your composition in your tile is wonderful!

BlueRidgeWoman said...

Love it! Great job!

Shelly Beauch said...

I am noticing that many of us have included 3 cirquitals! Lovely!

Susan said...

Beautiful! And I really like the edge you put on your work. It really sets it off nicely.

shatril said...

Ah another zentangle journal. I love the tangle, and the journaling idea. I also use a journal for my tangles. I go so far as to tape my tiles in the journal.

Cindy Straight said...

Yes! The border really sets it off.

Daniele OBrien Design said...

Lovely job, I really enjoy all your Cirquitals nestled in a bed of Munchins! The dark black outline and ragged edge is very effective.

Terrie said...

love the amorphous shape and how the cirquital looks cushioned in the munchkin. very cool!

Jay said...

I love the results you have gotten with the bold lines. Using that technique really makes your design pop!!