Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Zentangle Challenge #146 Duo-tangle using Pea-nuckle and Well

Pea-nuckle is not one of my favorite tangles. At CZT training, Molly walked us through it and it went much better watching her step by step, so I figured it would be fine when I tried it at home…. no…. Although I'm not too unhappy with the way this one went - I kind of like the look of them "ripping" away from each other - I find the tail ends of the "s" get in the way or hang out too much, and I can't get the luscious curve she gets. I'll have to play around with this one more and get over the "imperfections". Well is a beautiful tangle with loads of tangelations or variations. I like it best without the petal step. This is my contribution to this weeks Zentangle Challenge to do a duo-tangle using Pea-nuckle and Well.

10 comments:

Anne's tangle blog said...

WOW, you did so very well here. It has a great design.

Annie Taylor said...

I think this is exactly how the two tangles are meant to go together...I really like this Axxx

Mariƫt said...

A perfect way to combine the two tangles, and also very funny !

LonettA said...

This is gorgeous! Wonderful combination of the two tangles!

1 Art Lady Kate, Tangles and More said...

Beautifully done! I love all your tanglations

Didisch said...

Sue you made a great layout with those two tangle patterns. I agree Well is a beauty, many options and tangelations and very playful to use. Pea-nuckle indeed is a hard one. And I think its is just practice and practice before getting the right flow. I would suggest you to put the ss (from left to right) closer together. Remember just leave space where one other S could fit in. That was for me the AHA moment to get my pea-nuckle the way I wanted it.

NancyD said...

Kinda looks like my sweater coming apart! lol! I love the design Sue and your peanuckle looks great. NancyD

Carol Graham said...

I love what you did here - it's SO intricate!

Helen said...

fabulous, Sue. I really love your well variations, and all the hanging threads. wonderful!

Donald Wilka said...

Such great detail in this. I also like how the pea-nuckle appears to be unraveling.