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Zentangle Weekly Challenge #35: “Tile on a Tile”

Posted on: August 21, 2011

For this week’s “I am the diva” Zentangle challenge, Enthusiastic Artist  Margaret Bremner gave us the task of making a tile within a tile, that is, putting a smaller “tile” area within the larger tile. I have to say, this was the most difficult challenge for me yet. I was trying to make the smaller tile separate from the larger outer area using a change of pattern, or making the pattern darker, and it just didn’t work. I completed two other tiles earlier this week, before deciding to simplify and go with an outline of the inner tile area.

The tiles I used were: Dust Bunny, Floo, Chartz, a variation of Crescent Moon, and a “new” tangle (I haven’t seen it before, but it could be already out there) that I am naming Fayette. I got the pattern from an old door I saw yesterday at Fayette State Park in Michigan. See picture below.

Fayette Door Thanks for the challenge, Margaret, these always help me to stretch myself.


2 Responses to "Zentangle Weekly Challenge #35: “Tile on a Tile”"

Nicely done! I like Fayette. And your Dust Bunny! 🙂

I love what you’ve come up with. Getting inspired by your surroundings – just what we should be doing. Congrats on your pattern Fayette. Love it! I’ll use it soon.

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