Rick and Maria Thomas have launched their own blog! There is only one post so far, but this is sure to be a blog of plenty.
Suzanne has posted zentangle pattern #8 at her blog, as well as some postcards she received in a swap with other Certified zentangle teachers.
I’ve switched to a different template because I think it leaves more room for the picture posting. And this site is all about the art. As I get the chance, I’ll go through and make the existing posts look a little better (I hope!).
Mother and Child ATC ~ For TradeOriginally uploaded by Rose Twofeather 18 02 2010 (002)Originally uploaded by Sylv Shanka I’m so excited! Sylv Shanka has used my Lotzadotz (without the dots!) and Rose Twofeather has used my penguins. Both these artists have strong bold strokes and know how to use color to great effect.
I love the way you can build on patterns and end up with something else entirely. If you leave out the last step of Heritage, you have a simple little doodad that can be used to add interest here and there. Or you can continue building and make a fancier, full-scale pattern, such as Alpenglow.
I’ll attempt to avoid subjective criticism in my reviews, which means I won’t tell you if I like or dislike an item. The point isn’t whether I like something, but whether you will. I’ll try to give information that will help you decide. If you want more information yet, Wendy T Gibson has also reviewedContinue reading “Review of Suzanne McNeil’s Zentangle Books”
Sandra has posted a new tangle pattern, Hairy, at Beez in the Belfrey. The pattern was created by Karenann Young, and will be in Sandra’s upcoming zentangle book.
I have work from three artists today. They’ve used some of my patterns as well as some patterns from Sandra Bartholomew and Suzanne McNeil. (Please forgive my formatting. I’m not good at making Blog do what I want it to). Rose Twofeather has used an adaption on my Charm, Elegance and Flair patterns. That threeContinue reading “Zentangles by three artists”
Suzanne has posted Web Pattern on her blog. It’s fun, and easy to do.
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”