Sonntag, 3. Juni 2018

DIVA Challenge #365 and something about my Zentangle classes "black" and "3Z"

DIVA Challenge #365


The task of this DIVA challenge was to create a monotangle of Carol Ohl`s tangle PUF.
This is my contribution, drawn on a renasisance Zendala with a wonky grid as basis.



The tiles for thi DIVA Challenges #363 and #364 I first posted and linked on Instagram.
I created the blogpost later, if you are interseted to read more, look at my blogpost here.

The result of Lonettas Tangle Mosaic Project #13 I posted in a separate post here.

Recently I run two Zentangle classes - Black and 3Z.
I am so happy with the results of my students and I saw them so happy that I want to share with you the results.

Zentangle Black Class:

I prepared three diffrent black tiles for this class.
First as a introduction Rick`s tangelation of Crescent Moon:


Second: The tangle Spoken as string for some different areas to fill.
I showed my students how to use the Zenstone and to draw with black again on white,
I showed some possibilities and variations and they filled the areas in their own way. 

The third tile is an Apprentice tile. We discovered the different white Gelly Rolls (05/08/10)



3Z Mosaic Class


I was curious about this class - I never made such a mosaic before.
First we used a prestrung 3Z tile and filled with Striping and Staric in two colours.
As we had six 3Z tiles we could create a hexagon mosaic.

See some variations of the mosaic: 




The second 3Z is a combination of `Nzeppel, Shattuck, Maryhill, Flukes and Mooka , using the blue Micron 01 and the dark blue Micron PN





Here we combined all 12 tiles to Stars:

And this was our third tile with a "Well" string.

When I see this fotos I am still happy rememberig this class- full of positive energy.
Thank you, ladies!!







The beauty of peonies - Die Pracht der Pfingstrosen 



I wish you all a happy new week and a perfect Summer!





Kommentare:

  1. Lovely post with absolutely gorgeous results of you and your students, especially the black ones with Spoken are stunning!!!

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  2. So much beautiful work Simone! You clearly are an excellent teacher. I agree with Ria that the Spoken tiles are a stand out 😍

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  3. What a happy post and great result from you classes! - and I love Peonies!

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  4. Your class mosaics are fabulous. Thank you for sharing all the different ways they can be put together.

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