One of the first things that attracted me to Zentangle and all the patterns is how patterns can be used to represent natural things like rocks, flowers, leaves, etc. and when I saw this week's Diva's Challenge
, I was excited.
I have done several pieces that depict 'nature'. The one you see above was done a year ago.
And here is one from my Tangle Journal.
And here is one I did last night using Tagh, Jetties, B'tweed, and Featherfall. I have a difficult time using Festherfall, I think it's beautiful but just can not grasp how it's done.
Hope you have a great Tuesday!!
That snail is just gorgeous and the Verdigogh is nicely done too. As for the Challenge tile, what a brilliant use of patterns.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Margaret! Verdigogh is one my favorites and I use it often!Delete
I love all of your work here! I really like the organization in your journal and your Diva tile is lovely!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Michelle! I try to pick two or three patterns each week to practice..Delete
I love your work you've shown in this post :)ReplyDelete
Your work is amazing!! I LOVE that snail!! Just LOVE that garden. All your organic is totally lovely!! That is one thing that drew me too to Zentangle :) :) WOWReplyDelete
~ Diane Clancy
Thank you, Diane!Delete
Tagh, Jetties, B'tweed and Featherfall? Okay, just admit it. You've got fairies working on this stuff with you :D ! I don't know what you're talking about, mostly, but I love the results. Spread those wings, Angelcake!ReplyDelete
Lol, I wonder if Cody could use faery names for his stories. ❤️❤️❤️Delete
I tried featherfall for the first time the other night. If it looked half as good as yours, I would have been pleased! Lovely workReplyDelete
I keep practicing because I just love how beautiful it is! One day, I'll get it! Thanks for stopping by!Delete
Wonderful work! Great choice of tangles!ReplyDelete
Love the tangles you have chosen for this weeks challenge!ReplyDelete
Lovely art. My favorite is the tangle on the pot !!ReplyDelete
Très joli. j'aime beaucoup le dernier dessin, l'équilibre de sa composition.ReplyDelete
Very attractive. I like very much the last drawing, the balance of its composition.
All tiles are wonderful but I really love your snail one!!! It's so special :-) Great use of patterns for the snail and the flowers and nice contrast and shading, really beautiful.ReplyDelete
Nicely done and I can see the care you've put into these!ReplyDelete
Charming pieces. I love the first, quite whimsical piece, the one in the vase is terrific, and I think your Featherfall is done perfectly!ReplyDelete
Beautiful - this week's piece is like a bouquet.ReplyDelete
very nice, i love all you tilesReplyDelete
Thank you all so very much! I'm still learning and I love looking at everyone's too!ReplyDelete
Stunning, truly! Thanks for visiting my blog.ReplyDelete