I've been playing with my new tangle a bit and here are the tangleations I came up with. I didn't think this tangle had so many possibilities but the longer I play with it, the more I'm loving this tangle...
I love Zentangle! Simply because all I need to create a thing of beauty is a pen or two and the willingness to spend some time sitting in one place and focusing. I always feel calm and relaxed at the end of it. I can do it anywhere, anytime. I can start with a humble… Continue reading Reborn
Here's introducing my new tangle : C-rendipity! It's made up entirely of C-strokes and is quite fun to draw. I hope you'll try it out and have fun with it... UPDATE: Here are some more ways to draw the tangle.
I finally got around to finishing the tile for IAST#207. It was really a challenge, this one. I had never used this tangle before and with the suggested string, there was only one way I could think of composing this tile. The problem, you see, is that I was raised to be a follower of… Continue reading Cornered
"Why fit in when you were born to stand out!" - Dr. Suess How I wish I had known this when I was growing up. This week's diva challenge by guest blogger Elisa Murphy took me down memory lane and I must admit, it wasn't all that pleasant. Growing up, I struggled plenty with not… Continue reading To Fit In or Not To Fit In
The Diva's weekly challenge#324 by guest blogger Jessica Davies came at the perfect time. I had just finished picking out a new name for my blog (and etsy shop, facebook page and, website) and was hard pressed to come up with a logo/icon. Much like Jessica, I don't like heart shapes. They're too clichéd and not… Continue reading A Tangled Heart
This one is close to my heart and here's why. My daughter, much like her dad, is a bookworm. She's almost 12 and she is ridiculously logical, focused, and adamant about "not being into art". She was about 5 years old when she announced that she wanted to become an astrophysicist. I don't know where… Continue reading NUXY