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Zentangle Weekly Challenge #36: New Tangle Assunta

Posted on: August 22, 2011

This week’s “I am the diva” Challenge is to use the new Zentangle pattern Assunta. Directions can be found here.  I have been practicing this one for a little while, and it’s difficult for me to get the shapes symmetrical and the same size. I continue to practice. As always, thanks for the challenge.


8 Responses to "Zentangle Weekly Challenge #36: New Tangle Assunta"

I love the open feel to your tangles.

Looks wonderful, I agree it takes a bit of practice!

I like the flow and balance in this tile. Nicely done! I also agree with the practice part; as in I need more practice all over the place! Especially with “pendrills” as well as “assunta.”

Your tangles see to flow beautifully!

I like the breezy feeling to this, kind of like it’s blowing in the wind. Super job!

I’m sitting here at the create retreat in Chicago and my roomate insists that I try
Doing a zen tangle. she is quite the artist…it must run in the family! Carcath says hi!

Nice open feel, I agree, Assunta is a challenge!

I agree with Judi – it’s very breezy, perfect word. I also find pendrills a little tough and you’ve used them both beautifully! Keeping them even is my challenge too!

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