zentangle practice

I haven't worked on a zentangle in quite a while and since this month's Sketchbook Challenge encompasses doodling (all month so you have time to join in), what other motivation do I need?

Tangles used from top left:  ticking, phuds, organza (border), zuan shi, random striping, featherfall, more random striping and flowery things, crescent moons.  

I'll link this to Creative Every Day as well.


  1. I love all of the texture! Strange, but some of the elements are similar to a sketch I did today. Really nice work.

  2. I am in total awe of your zentangles. Needless to say, I will love them from afar. Just the thought of these and a gripped ink pen make my fingers and hand cramp. Tried it once. Gave up because it's just not for me. However, I am utterly impressed with yours. The zen-doodles look so hard and intricate.

    Thanks for stopping by and being so supportive when I was offline. It meant a lot to me, even though I couldn't reciprocate. And I want to wish you a happy belated New Year, too!

  3. Beautiful piece, looks very organic! Valerie

  4. i know nothing about "Zentangles" but i do know i like looking at your fabulous doodle. :-) I love how it carries the eyes all over. Great stuff.
    Happy CED and happy new year!!

  5. This is beautiful and so fluid. I am impressed with the nameing of all the tangles. Thank you for stopping by my blog and becoming my latest follower.

  6. Beautiful tangle as usual Terrie! I hope to jump back in to it soon! This new year has been so crazy. I am behind on everything! I hate to be behind, and now it is overwhelming me!!! ugh.
    Keep doodling! You are awesome!

  7. Love this! I'm inspired to try zentangle now.


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