It has been a long time since I've created a new tangle and while playing around with my paper and pen the other night, I created two new tangles to share. They both start out with the same first two steps, but vary enough that they don't look anything alike when done. Also, when completed they each can have many different looks, depending on what spaces you decide to color in (if any) and how you shade them. I hope you like Falz & Xenso.......tangle on!
I'm absolutely awe-struck by the sheer size of the Doodlers Anonymous group that lives on Flickr today. Launched in November 2008, the group now houses over 34,000 drawings, doodles, sketches, scribbles, paintings and ...
In CZT class, I came up with a really easy tangle that I am sharing here. I am naming it "Cheers" because I found my inspiration on the dinning room ceiling and love to enjoy a good meal and glass of wine with friends, so Cheers! Also, when I shaded it, the rounded curves look like cheerleaders megaphones. (I have not seen this in the wide world of tangles yet, but if I missed it, please let me know)
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I have plenty of templates. Sure I could have picked one without circles but where is the challenge in that. This being the first Saturday of the month, a little extra challenge is in order. First lets take a look at the template:
treasured patterns's insight:
Something to doodle on......:) I see there are about 52 templates...now that is inspiration!
I’ve previously posted my ATC template that has blanks. But these templates have the alphabet (including numbers 0-9 and punctuation !, ?, &, @) in outlines on the cards. Doodling is fine and tangling is better… Tangdoodles (that word tickles me haha) is even better.. But I’m not very good at sizing my lettering the same on each card so I made up a few template packs for different fonts. Here’s 3 of them:
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