Beautiful! I like the curvy white ribbons running through the center, they show off your new tangle "Oke" perfectly!
I just love how 3-dimensional your tile looks. So much to look at. Beautiful.
Shelly your tangle is wonderful. It has depth and design that is very appealing!
Really nice. I like the Oke in there too!--Margaret
Yes, you are right. Oof can look different every time, and yours is beautiful!
I love the 3d effect! So beautiful!
oooooh. I do not like the initial rigid look of Oof, but you have jazzed it up so well that I see only fun not formality. Love it! Diana
Ditto, to all of the above! Wonderful!
Stunning! You sure do have the touch, girl! *G*
I like the way you embellished Oof. Gives it character.
hmm, this Oof is a toughie! Thanks for the inspirational photo! I'm Becky, I came across you on zentangle.com, where they tagged you to show us how to do OKE. You really tangled every day for a year? That's amazing! What an artist you are! I'm inspired!
Hi Becky, thanks for visiting, once you get the flow of Oof it falls into place beautifully. Yes, I am still tangling every day but if I'm drawing a larger ZIA (Zentangle Inspired Art) I don't post as often.
I'm a new follower of Zentangle and although I've drawn very few myself, I am completely enthralled and fascinated by this method! I think I've visited just about every person out there who has a blog on it, am following many of them but yours is my FAVORITE! Your drawings are so full of life and "happy" looking. I was wondering if you could share with us what your method is. You mentioned a "what to do next" box? What is that? How long does it take you to do one of your typical daily tangles? Inquiring minds want to know! Thanks for sharing your talents. :)
Great zen!!! You are really a talented lady!!! I am in awe of your 365 goal...how many to go???
I am working my way through all your past blogs and found one on May 14 & 15, 2010 that shows the string you used and then the tangled result. Do you have any blogs that show the step by step? What it looks like after each new tangle is added?
Thank you Janice and Jay, I really appreciate you stopping by. One of the best aspects of Zentangle is the way we love to share our ideas and creations. My 'what to do next box' is basically a box full of tangles which I can just pick out and fit into or around a string.I love the element of surprise so I very rarely plan except for a swirl here and there. I am so excited about attending the CZT seminar in October which will help me with the correct procedure for teaching. I will then hopefully be able to show the steps.Keep watching this space as they say!Jay my Year of tangling went from March 2010 to March 2011, in that time I completed 383 Zentangles. I am not a qualified artist but have a passion to tangle!Thanks for your interest.
Not a "qualified artist"? I beg to differ. :D