Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Zentangle Challenge #246 - Guest, Dilip Patel; Monotangle Trees

This week's Zentangle Challenge (www.iamthedivaczt.blogspot.ca) is a guest challenge from Dilip Patel. We are to use one tangle to depict a tree. I chose Kuziem by Diana Schreur, which is one of most recent favourite finds. This does look like I also used Flux, but I'm justifying it because it's an "embellishment", and is used in her step-outs. I quite like my tree!

15 comments:

The Yorkshire Tortoise said...

A lovely tree, it looks as though it has dragonflies on the ends of the branches :-)

Ilse said...

Looks like a special exotic tree :-)

Anne's tangle blog said...

I agree with Ilse, it's quite exotic. And ..... very beautiful.

magratscraft said...

I like your Eastern looking tree too and I think a little embellishment here and there is acceptable.

陳捲兒 AngelEggroll said...

Oh! so lovely and look like very "spring".

Dilip Patel said...

It's an interesting tree.

Sue Clark said...

I love your funky tree! It looks like it belongs in a Dr. Seuss book!

Sandra Sch. said...

What a wonderful and creative tree! I love it :-)

Jean Chaney said...

I love how unique this is, Sue. Very nice!

Melkota said...

What an interesting magic tree!

Sidney Kapinos said...

Very pretty tree!

dianeclancy said...

Sue, your tree is gorgeous!! WOW!! :) :)

~ Diane Clancy
http://www.dianeclancy.com/blog/2015/11/my-diva-monotangle-tree-challenge-entry

Chrissie Frampton said...

Oh, this was a surprise when I clicked the link. Such a pretty tree.

Barb Bradley said...

Would love to know where I can find the step outs for Kuziem. I have been unsuccessful in finding it on the internet. :) Love your tree. The Kuziem pattern makes it quite eye-catching.

Sandra Chatelain said...

Hi Sue, love this tree. Barb Bradley spoke of it and sent me the link. Perfect for a funky house garden. We played with the tangle last night. All the best, Sandra Chatelain