3/14/12

zentangle: spiral paradox

I love paradox though it usually takes me a while to find my rhythm with it.  But I've never used a spiral string and this very angular tangle didn't seem to want to fill the string easily.  None-the-less, I managed to find a way.  The first one is very literal and without much fanfare or interest.  The second one was a little braver and more interesting I think (looks like tumbling paradoxes).


Visit Laura at I am the Diva to see more variations of this theme.

16 comments:

  1. I like the defined spiral in your first, but I love the way you shaded your tumbling paradox, and the choice of tangles you used in the second. It reminds me of my spring garden clean up yesterday (including snail shells!)

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  2. I agree that the second tangle is super interesting. I really like it a lot! The first one is great too! By the way.... I love your website!

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  3. These are wonderful, Terrie. I'm loving the 2nd one with the triangles. Thank you for always inspiring. :)

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  4. Lovely work, makes my fingers itch to get doodling again! Valerie

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  5. Love it!!! Thanks for visiting my photo sight, Pamela Greer Photography.

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  6. I just love your Zentangles Terrie! I keep saying I want to try this again, but where is the time? I should be backing for our move, but I don't want to put my toys away yet! LOL

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  7. Loving your beautiful zectangles Terrie, x

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  8. Zentangles are very interesting. I haven't tried doing this art - yet!

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  9. Terri, I really both of these....I like trying different ones as well....You just never know how they are going to end up and I really like that aspect of doing zentangles.....

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  10. I love the dark line swirl you have in the first one...and altough both tangles are fab...I think my favorite is the first one. See...now that wasn't so difficult was it? LOL!

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  11. The bottom one is my favorite today! So many interesting shapes in it!

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  12. Great tangles ;).
    Stay inspired!

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  13. Wow, beautiful! love 'n greetz, Ellen

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  14. Kudos, I won't even attempt these! xox Corrine

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  15. Wow these are really amazing Terrie. I love how blase you are about making these complicated designs :-)

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  16. Nicely done, both are great and so different!

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