Tuesday, July 14, 2015

DIVA Challenge #226 Simplicity

This week we have another guest blogger, CZT Katie Crommett over at the DIVA challenge.  Katie has asked us to practice the art of simplicity.  In her words: 

Keep your tangling space manageable. If you don't have an official Zentangle tile, you can cut a piece of paper into 3.5" x 3.5." 
Pick two or three tangles, at the maxium.
After you draw each tangle, be conscious of when you've reached your point of "enoughness."
White space is your friend. Or, even, it's more than a friend. 

I made a very simple looped string and used the tangles, Purk, Paradox, and Fescu.  I really enjoyed this challenge!  Thanks, Katie!




12 comments:

  1. Very nice tile … love the shading, so elegant and clean!

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  2. Great flow from Paradox to Purk and the Fescu embellishment is perfect. With the shading it almost looks like Mooka! Nice job!

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  3. so beautiful tile, i ike the shading

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  4. Beautiful! Like a sweet little magical bug :) :)

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  5. Perfect balance of white space and tangle - and the tangle is simply beautiful!

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  6. Elegant tile. Love the Purk and the shading.

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  7. Nice tile. Simplicity is there for sure.

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  8. This has beautiful symmetry. Such a lovely tile.

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