Sunday, November 18, 2018

DIVA Challenge #376 , Annettes TMP#15, the last Inktober tangles and some more stuff

DIVA Challenge #376

Many CZTs from all over the world met in Providence some days ago for "Zen again". (I wish I could be there one day..)
Laura, the DIVA, was one of the participants. The CZTs tangled an interesting string together - if you put 4 (ore more) of them together you get interesting mosaics.
This is this week's challenge.

I drew only one tile with this string and constructed the mosaic with this tile, using PowerPoint.

In September, my dear CZT friends from Berlin (Sabrina) and Hamburg(Anya) visited me in Dresden and we tangled together , using the same string. I wrote about the meeting here.
We used three Original Zentangle tangles Orlique, Vermal and Pinch which are not well known- ask your local CZT if you are interested to learn them! 

Lonettas Tangle Mosaic Project TMP#15

The 15th Tangle Mosaic Project, which is run by my CZT#23 class mate and friend Annette with such beautiful results each single time, has started. More and more tanglers worldwide take part to this mosaic and I am looking forward to the final mosaic of this one. 
Thank you, Annette, for your efforts. I know that it is very time expensive!
This is my contribution:

Inktober tangles Days 26 to 31

without comments ;-)

...and some more stuff...

Some days ago I received a foot from Margaret Bremner, CZT from Canada. She showed me a tile using my tangle MySing in an interesting variation in Hollibaugh style. Look this stunning work : 


Such inspired, I drew my own version . Thank you for your idea , Margaret!

The last two tiles show my first impressions with the new official Zentangle pattern Ratoon. 
It is very versatile - I am looking forward to try more of this tangle....

I am running two Zentangle Christmas classes this year.
I prepared some Christmas cards and tags - the students of the first class have been very successful and we could appreciate a great mosaic of cards and stars, finally.
I will show you something about it in one of my next posts...

Have a nice Sunday. I wish you a joyful start into the Christmas Season.
Love, Simone