Sunday, 19 May 2013

Zendala Dare #58

When it's zendala challenge time, I create a page with two small zendala's (90 x 90 mm) and a large one about 160mm square, to fit underneath the two small ones. This way I can use either one to work on, and still have a spare to do at a later date. I print them out onto a lightweight card which I find takes the micron pen quite well. Today I decided to do a small one so I could complete it tonight, so here we are!!

Tangles: Dijon, Drupe, Crescent Moon, Flux, Hypnotic.


19 comments:

  1. Very pretty. Thanks for including a list of the tangles you used.

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    1. No problem. I will try to keep it up!!

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  2. Very nice! I like how all of these are turning out. I think we got a very special template this time. I also like the birds on you blog here.

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    1. yes the birds are cute, thats why I chose them they make me smile!

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  3. Lovely work. Very intricate.

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  4. Wauw stunning work Beautiful.

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  5. Great zendala, you have created a nice piece or art.

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  6. Really nice, what have you used, is it a silver pen?

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    1. I used only black micron pen, and left gaps.

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  7. Very beautiful, with a lacy result.

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  8. Very Pretty, love your choice of tangles !

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  9. This template is bringing out some really beautiful zendalas, every time I open I blog I am more impressed! I feel like I am looking at an old world work of art! So gorgeous!

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  10. This is lovely. It is very lacy and delicate looking.

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  11. I love it! I like the list of each tangle you used. I will start to do that also. Its a great help!

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  12. Nice work. I like how your tangles and shading makes the Pentagon stand out.

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  13. Really beautiful! Nice shading and glad you made the list of patterns. Thanks for the inspiration. :)

    Be happy and creative,

    Jacque Solomon
    www.tanglebright.com

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  14. Thank you for naming the tangles - it really helps newby's and those of us with not very good memories! This is very pretty! I 'specially like the way you've done hypnotic - so good to see it in something not quite square, and you've shaded so well!

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    1. Thanks for that Sue. Im going to try to keep up with the names!! Sometimes I forget where they came from so cant find the name, esp if not in Lindaa's book.

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