Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Zendala Dare #34

Have not been able to participate in the Zendala Dare for a couple of weeks because of other obligations. This is my first week back. Enjoyed the template that Erin used but took a while to get things finished. This was one of those that I grew to like more as it progressed. Did not really do a lot of planning on the tangles used. Used a lot of tangles that I like. Hope you like it.



Tangles used: Spiteria, Shattuck, Knightsbridge, Crescent Moon, Ennies, & 'Nzeppel

If you have not all ready done so, go to The Bright Owl and look at the other submissions.


16 comments:

  1. Wow...great zendala! I love the balance between all of the tangles you used.

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    1. Thanks. Not to be immodest, but when it was done I was pleased with the way that it turned out.

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  2. Great! It's like the star is upon a net (is this an Englsih word?).

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    1. Thanks. Shading is still one of the harder things for me. Or maybe I should say that I am less confident about it. Not sure what you were asking if it is an English word.

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  3. Hiya!
    I don’t know how you feel about rewards, but I would like to nominate you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award. Here is what you should do:

    1. Display the award logo in your blog (it can be found in my blogpost http://almafication.wordpress.com/2012/12/05/inspirational-blog-award/).
    2. Link back to the person who nominated you.
    3. State 7 things about yourself.
    4. Nominate 15 other bloggers for this award and link to them.
    5. Notify those bloggers of the nomination and the award’s requirements.

    Kind regards,
    //Alma

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    1. Thank you for thinking of me and I appreciate your including me, but at this time I do not think that I will participate.

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  4. Wow, this is great. Your shading makes it look like different layers on top of each other. Great. And I adore the star you made in the centre.

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    1. Thanks. I really like that tangle also. It is Spiteria and super easy to do. Genevieve Crabbe recently posted a link to it on her weekly zentangle round up. I first saw it on the Zentangle® FB site. It was done by a guy by the name of Wanphai Nongrum. I think he is from India.

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  5. I like your tile very much. Love 'Nzeppel in the background.

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    1. Thanks. It is one of my favorite tangles.

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  6. Great choices (or accidents) that came out very coordinated. Especially like the one you used at the outer edge.

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    1. Thanks. 'Nzeppel is one of my favorites. Accidents or choices, the process is the important part.

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  7. I love your shading! You've given it so much depth. I love your Nzeppel too. I just can't get that right. Beautiful Donald!

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    1. Thanks Anna. Shading is still the area that I have the least amount of confidence in. 'Nzeppel is one of my favorite tangles. I use it a lot.

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