I just don’t think you can have enough spots in the world. Stripes are wonderful, sure, but spots… Spotted dots and dotted spots and spotted dotty spots. Well, Lotzadotz is that kind of zentangle pattern, lol! Strangely enough, it was inspired by a photo of a peacock’s feathers, taken at a strange angle. The photoContinue reading “My Tangle Patterns: Lotzadotz”
I’m mostly keeping to zentangle/zendoodle related items on my blog, but I thought this was great enough news that I wanted to share it. If you like to read, and/or like to listen to books on disc, Buzzy Multimedia has a contest going to win a Kindle book. I already have one, but wouldn’t mindContinue reading “Buzzy Multimedia blog–win a kindle, 2 t-shirts or books”
I have ordered Suzanne McNeil’s two zentangle books and will tell you about them once they arrive. Meanwhile, Sandy Bartholomew has posted about them, and gives a brief explanation of what is in Suzanne’s books, and assurance that she is working hard on her own. (I’m the person who sent her 10 tiles, lol! IContinue reading “Beez in the Belfrey gives information about Suzanne McNeil’s book”
Suzanne has just posted in her blog about an upcoming guestspot on Inspired at Home Radio. Have questions about zentangles (or the other crafts that Suzanne excels in)? This might be your chance to get an answer!
Happy Valentine’s Day! This pattern isn’t exactly valentines themed–but penguins! Ya gotta love ’em, right? I sort of stumbled across this design. I think the penguins wanted to be discovered! Lol! These guys make an interesting border, or just interesting elements to have peeking out here and there.
Ink Background 23 Available for tradeOriginally uploaded by Anne Wilson1 Anne’s used some of my patterns in her zentangles, and I love what she’s done with them. Her ink backgrounds are a moody shade of green & blue that give a noir effect to the patterns she’s chosen. She’s used some other great patterns asContinue reading “Zentangles by Anne Wilson1”
Suzanne McNeil has posted another tangle pattern in her blog, as well as the details for other craft projects she has undertaken. You can find the post here: Recap of CHA projects.
Herons are beautiful, graceful birds, and their crest is one of their most distinguished features. I’ve adapted that crest more than a little bit, but this pattern will still make your zentangle look distinguished. Posted for flowerlady56.
This seemed like a good pattern to post the week before Valentine’s Day. The little petals remind me of Hershey’s Kisses. They can also be used to create pinecones, or just add some texture to your tangle.I’ve used it both for petals and for texture in this example art:
The Feb. 8 newsletter is out from Zentangle.com. I’ve been posting tangle ‘families’–tangles that build off one another, or rely on a similar look. This month’s official pattern is something similar. It is an enhancement that can be used with almost any pattern, to make it richer and more intricate. Molly Hollibaugh, the creator ofContinue reading “Strircles-Latest official tangle pattern from Zentangle.com”