Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Fengle in a Quandary (or vice versa)

Woo hoo! Finally got to sit down with a Diva challenge! I sort of got lost in this one. I love Fengle. Quandary can make me a little crazy, but I found if I go really slow and deliberate, that helps alot. I also feel more comfortable making the 'rice' shapes solid rather than open. But the open ones lend themselves to great tangleations.

I started another tile this morning during my quiet breakfast at Panera. It was on a tan tile, which I was excited to use. However, one of the other customers stopped by to ask about it. After a lovely 30-minute conversation about art and other things, I gave him my unfinished tile, so alas, no second tile for the post!

Thanks, Laura Harms, for always being there to present the challenge. It's often my go-to resource when I need a quick Zentangle fix.

13 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous! Wonderful varaitions!

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  2. Magical moves Carole.....smiles back to you with a hug!

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  3. Oh, Carole, you see possibilities that never enter my mind. That's why I keep coming back to view your creations. It flows sooooooo nicely and fits together. Love it!

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  4. Carole, I get so excited when I see a post from you in my mailbox. You are such an inspiration for me. I love your philosophical approach to Zentangle and some of your tiles leave me speechless. Thank you for your blog, your thoughts and your art!

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  5. Great Fengle wave and the Quandry on the inside.

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  6. I love the multi sized Fengle, it's so floaty.

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  7. I LOVE the flow of this! What gorgeous representations of each tangle! I especially love all the tangleations! Inspiring!

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  8. I love the flow that you achieved with your Fengle, and the great variety in your quandry!

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  9. Wat een mooie vormen met elkaar

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