The Zentangle challenge of the week is to create a tile within a tile look. Here's what I came up with.....
I feel like the top one is more successful - the inner tile is very apparent - less so in the bottom one. I don't seem to know many dark/black tangles or couldn't think how to use them or something to make the larger, outside box the darker one. At any rate, it was a fun exercise for my second outing.
You can see lots more tangles at I am the Diva, who hosts the weekly challenges.
Nicely done! I agree that the first is more successful. The "mini-tile" edge is more evident. But I like the paint-spattery look in the lower right of the second one!ReplyDelete
I just love these zentagles and this is just amazing! :-)ReplyDelete
I love your line work. These are amazing tiles!ReplyDelete
Some beautiful tangles. Like you I struggled with the 'dark' ones and ended up colouring everything or shading it!ReplyDelete
Lovely! Such wonderful tangle patterns you've used, and drawn beautifully! I especially love the leafy ones.ReplyDelete
Beaut choice of tangles!ReplyDelete
YOU are an awesome doodler!!ReplyDelete
I am excited to see that there is a challenge group too!!
I am so not even close to the doodler you are! I only started a few month ago!! You are so amazing!!
I'd be afraid to join that group! You are amazing!
My poor doodle.. The coffee, then I didn't have to time to go over it with pen! ugh.
Because I am such a chicken, I always do them in pencil first!!
so happy to meet you!!
I'm following you now too!!
Wow, your zentagles are awesome!ReplyDelete
Zentangles are a new thing for me... love the freedom and quality of line. Will have to have a go.ReplyDelete
These are both fun tiles. I love the leaf-looking tangle in the bottom tile--so simple, but effective in that shape.ReplyDelete
I like them both!ReplyDelete
Superb!!! Both of them are great... Difficult to choose which is better...ReplyDelete
Great Zentangles. I like the 2nd one best, with an offset-tile. Do the tile at an angle instead of the straight center. Interesting...! Diana HirschReplyDelete
These tiles have a beautiful flow! Nice work.ReplyDelete