Monday, August 17, 2015

Zentangle Challenge #231 - Guest Sharla Hicks; Undulating tangles in C and S minor

Guest blogger Sharla Hicks has asked us to use undulating tangles that use the strokes "C" and/or "S" in this week's challenge (see www.iamthedivaczt.blogspot.com). I chose two tangles I really like: Roscoe and Meringue. My hand got a bit quivery when I was adding the second line to Meringue, sigh. Otherwise, I'm pretty happy with this one. I love Roscoe!

22 comments:

Susan said...

Beautiful tile Sue! Nice choices.

Jean Chaney said...

Lovely movement and flow to this piece!

Doodle All Day said...

I love that art at the bottom with the Crescent Moons, what is that tangle called?
Lee Darter

coffeencreativity said...

Beautiful! I love the pattern choices, I'd forgotten all about "Roscoe". Well done!

Beverly G said...

I have to say you gals with CZT after your name really put a capital I to inspiration. I'm a self taught Zentangler, I have lots of books, but I may have to check out a local CZT and take a class or two.

Lila Popcheff said...

very elegant Sue - lovely choice of complimentary tangles :)

Pat Mathes said...

Like it Sue. Love this type of line work.

Anne's tangle blog said...

You have chosen lovely c/s tangles!

Margaret Blank said...

I like Roscoe and Meringue too but I wouldn't have thought of mixing them. now I can see how well they work together. Very nice.

Susan said...

Beautiful!

Kreanimo said...

Great composition and linework!

Antonine Koval said...

What a beautiful use of Meringue and Roscoe - as a former commenter said, I forgot all about that one! Glad you didn't!

Donald Wilka said...

Like your use of Merinque. Looks like shells. I am still working on this tangle.

LonettA said...

Wonderful and very elegant tile! Great choice of tangles!

Ulrike B. said...

i love it, very nice

Lily M. said...

Beautiful tile :)

Carmela said...

Very Lovely, flowing curly tile. Beautiful.

Simone said...

This is a lovely tile! I can imagine that you are happy with it!

Karen Lynn said...

This is gorgeous! I've never used roscoe, but I've now added it to my list to try.

LezliB said...

I don't think that I have ever seen or tried Roscoe, but it looks so great in your tile, that I may have to go try it. I love your Meringue, it looks so flawless. Very nice tile!

Ilse said...

Lovely tile, very undulating ;-)

Yukari Bromfield said...

Both Roscoe and Meringue is new to me. Your tile is lovely the way it moves. I will definitely try those patterns!