Since I wasn’t able to make time to write a Tangled Tuesday post last week, I have an absolute a TON of tangling goodness to share with you today… so without further ado, let’s get to it. Hope you enjoy!
Since my previous Tangled Tuesday post I have learned the following new-to-me tangles.
- Wavy Border
- Points and Curves
- Fire Works
- Vache 1
From The Creative World of Eni Oken (Eni Oken, CZT):
From Sue’s tangle trips (Sue Jacobs, CZT):
From Henrike Bratz:
From Lizzie Mayne:
From perfectly4med (Neil Burley):
From Tangle Harmony by Amaryllis Creations (Geneviève Crabe, CZT):
Work in Progress
I finished one more design for my colouring book-to-be (a fairly complicated and time-consuming one, I might add!), bringing my total of complete pages to ten. Slowly but surely!
I mentioned in my previous post that one of my goals is to incorporate every tangle pattern I learn into at least one finished piece, and that I’d started a 6″ x 6″ ZIA as a “sampler” featuring a number of learned but as yet unused patterns. Here’s the finished piece.
I also brought a little colour into my tangling world, with another 6″ x 6″ ZIA done in white on blue.
Incidentally, while working on this piece I had my first chance to test out my new Faber Castell Trio Sharpener, which has a slot specifically designed for coloured, non-graphite pencils.
Up until recently I had no idea that coloured pencils required their own special sharpener (though I suppose I should have, since every time I tried to sharpen them in a regular one they tended to disintegrate!), but let me tell you, it makes all the difference in the world. If you ever work with coloured pencils I highly recommend picking up one of these (or similar) sharpeners – you won’t regret it!
Since my previous Tangled Tuesday post I have completed the following tangle challenges.
Now on to a new week of tangling!
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How have you been creative this week?