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Weekly Zentangle Challenge #33: “New Tangle: Pendrills”

Posted on: August 2, 2011

This week’s “I am the diva” challenge is to use the new official Zentangle pattern: Pendrills. This is my first tile after practicing it once. I enjoyed the “tangled” nature of this one, but it will take some work to get it to look like I want. Right now, it reminds me of bones rather than a grapevine. I’m sure it will evolve as I practice over time. Thanks to the Diva, Laura, for the motivation to try a new tangle.


4 Responses to "Weekly Zentangle Challenge #33: “New Tangle: Pendrills”"

Beautiful! I love how the two sides look completely different but totally belong together at the same time.

Bubble bath and pipes or hoses…fun!

I love the pendrill with the bubbles…fab tangle!

I like the way all the elements were tied together in this. fun!

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