This is actually the InktoberTangles prompt for yesterday:
I’m using the prompt from the Zentangle All Around Facebook group, facets:
Sharing twelve artsy articles to juice up your creativity:
Starting at the upper left-hand corner, the Zentangle patterns used are: fracas, Dutch hourglass, flux, dessus-dessous, rainbow bridge, and dragonair. Thanks to Alice Herndon for being a source of inspiration.
I belong to the Zentangle All Around group on Facebook, and I don’t think I’ve participated in a single challenge all year. But I needed some artistic inspiration today, and referred to the Taking It to the Next Level prompts. Yesterday’s was I Dare You to try a circular tangle. So, here is Ur-Chen:
This week’s Diva Challenge is the Zentangle pattern, ‘Nzeppel. I’ve never done it before, and I was really tempted to just do the basic pattern on graph paper as a practice piece. But the challenge was to try a more irregular rendition of it. So I looked at a lot of interpretations online, and decided ‘Nzeppel suggests a rock wall to me.
I googled country rock wall and selected this image to duplicate:
Here is my version:
My offering for the I Am the Diva’s Zentangle challenge with the prompt: cozy. When I think of cozy, I imagine things snuggled together, like two people, or two kittens. This combination of Twenty-One and Onamato reminds me of peas in a pod. What could be cozier?
Beautiful, unusual, entertaining, fun, and creative:
Your latest installment of beauty and creativity, just in time for your weekend enjoyment: