Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Zentangle Quest

There is a wonderful cool breeze blowing through my window, after the heat of our summer I am ready for the leaves to turn golden and the air to freshen.

Thank you for all your birthday wishes, it has been a pleasure reading the delightful comments.
The winner of Fantasia is comment #7 from Cathy. I would also like to send another ZIA to Jakki. Please send me an email with your details. (pabmab4@bigpond.com)

Challenge #109 from our Diva was so much fun. A couple of weeks ago Maria posted a stunning idea for us to play with.  It's a way to practice perspective and effect with columns. Before I started tangling I would have said the old phrase "I can't do that!" now I say "Oh what fun, let me try that!" My perspective may be a bit off the wall but the effect is cool like the breeze.

Thank you Maria....you are the best teacher.



27 comments:

  1. Texture and design plus sweet pen work= perfection!

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  2. Oh my was I ever stunned to see I had won your awesome piece of art!! Talk about thrilled! I am going to try and email you my address. Due to an overload of spam, I hesitate to post it here.

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  3. And, belatedly, Happy Birthday from a fellow Piscean who very much enjoys seeing your work! Jenny in Canberra

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    1. Thanks, it's always good to hear from a fellow Australian!

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  4. As always, very lovely and professional.

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  5. Beautiful, love your take on this exercise. Your horizontal version is so fun!

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  6. Both of these tiles are lovely.

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  7. Oh wow, just terrific! I'll have to do more. :)

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  8. Your tiles are stunning Michelle! And .... I don't know when it was, but ..... I hope you had a great birthday.

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  9. Beautiful choice of tangles and perfect line work!

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  10. Your tiles are so beautiful again!
    Greetings from a cold cold Holland.
    We do very much long for spring!

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  11. These are wonderful. They pop right off the page.

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  12. Oh my goodness! These are fantastic. I can't get over what you did on the second tile. Amazing perspective work!

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  13. I always enjoy seeing your interpretation and today is no exception. These are outstanding.

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  14. Oh, my...just beautiful!

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  15. It is amazing how your perspective on things can make all the difference ... and yes your work is beautiful.

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  16. wow these are great. Both tils are extremely good. I love the first one it is so dynmic an yet so simple. Great shding effect

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  17. I am anonymous b/c I am not sure how to post here! But could you go thru the steps of your second interpretation. I am very new and I cannot seem to deconstruct how you begin....it would be helpful to a newbie...thanks for considering...Suzanne

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    1. Hi Suzanne, welcome! Start with random parallel lines.
      Maria descibes it the best so pop over to http://zentangle.blogspot.com.au/2013/02/tangle-heart.html

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  18. The first one is wonderful, the second is a-ma-zing!!!

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  19. The first one is wonderful, the second is a-ma-zing!!

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  20. Fantastic, especially the second one!!

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  21. Your tiles are both beautiful, and the second so original and well executed. Amazing!

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  22. Wow! The second tile is absolutely beautiful, both are but the second definitely unique!

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