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Zentangle Weekly Challenge #34: “Opposites Attract”

Posted on: August 9, 2011

This week’s challenge from the “I am the diva” website is from Christina Vandervlist from the blog stART . The instruction is to either use straight line strings and fill with curvy tangles, or use curvy strings and fill with straight line tangles. I chose the latter. I used some tangles I haven’t tried before. I especially like how the St. John’s Cross tangle, although made with straight lines, results in some circles. Thanks for the challenge, Christina, and thanks to Laura too, for the diva website that hosts these wonderful Zentangle challenges.


6 Responses to "Zentangle Weekly Challenge #34: “Opposites Attract”"

Very nice job!!!! Super patterns!

I did the straight lines with the circles…but I tried this one last night…You did a fabulous job with this!

Great job! Nice shading!

Great choices of tangles in your tile!! I especially love the “Innuit” look to the lower right!

Beautiful tile! I love how you shaded it.

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