Tangled Ink Art

Tangled Ink Art
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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Challenge #96 ZINGER!

Yay, it's official...Zinger has a name!  Yes, being the Zentangle geek that I am, I am really excited that Zinger is now an official tangle and that I had a part in naming it....how cool is that!  After a discussion started in our Facebook CZT group about this lovely little tangle and what it's name was, I sent an email to Rick & Maria at Zentangle Inc. and they officially announced it as Zinger! You can read all about this new (old) tangle on the newsletter here.  In celebration, I went a little Zinger crazy in my 1st tile and made it a Zinger party.  In the 2nd tile I used a pre-strung tile and made Zinger the string, then filled in the other tangles.  I don't normally do 2 tiles for the challenge, but like I said, I was on a little Zinger high!  Thank you, Rick & Maria for using my suggestion for Maria's Zinger, and thank you, Laura for another great challenge.



12 comments:

  1. Both tiles are beautiful, and very zingerish. Wel done:)

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  2. Sue, your tiles are so indicative of the beauty that flourishes like zinger give to a finished work of zentangle! I love them!

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  3. These are beautiful. I love the thick zinger in the second tile that goes from bottom to top.

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  4. These are very nice. I love how Zinger pops with the white space in the first tile. I like how they're oozing out of the other patterns too.

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  5. What a great idea to have Zinger connected to Holibaugh. Beautiful Sue!

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  6. Sue, zinger is a perfect name, well done.

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  7. Sue, I love your tangles. Thanks for the great name and playing a role in getting a name for this cute little beauty.

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  8. Sue, I love both of your tiles.

    The first is so unique with filling in spaced in sort of a Holibough stles. I also love the airiness of the tile.

    It looks as if you may have used zinger for your string, on the second tile. I love the look of the combination os the patterns used here. Very nice!

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  9. Thank you Sue for getting a name for this cute little goodie I've seen so many times. It is simple enough to deconstruct, but it's so much better when it has a name. Your two tiles are beautifully executed. I really like the idea of using zinger as strings, and will be trying that myself.

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  10. Sue, your Zingers are adorable! beautiful linework :)

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  11. Your tiles are so nice and so neat!

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