Monday, November 18, 2013

Quib(s)

I love the new tangle from Zentangle, Quib. My favorite tangles are usually ones that flow and connect back and forth and all around. (See my previous post with Shelly Beauch's Mak-rah-mee... another fun new tangle!)

I did the first one on a Zendala tile, and the second on a yummy new Renaissance tile. I love to play with the white on tan to give the tangles extra bits of light, like little miracles.

Thank you for an inspirational tangle, Rick and Maria. And thanks for the challenge, Laura!


21 comments:

  1. Wow! Two great examples of Quib. Love the Zendala with all it's starts and stops. NancyD

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  2. stunning. you've found so many possibilities for this tangle, love it

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  3. Two very beautiful examples of this new tangle! Aren't those Renaissance tiles simply delicious!

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  4. Both are beautiful, and I love seeing how folks are using the new tiles. Yours is great!

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  5. Wow your mandala is amazing! The dark center adds a ton of depth and dimension :) I also love the tan tile, I need to try one!

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  6. Wow, both are great, but the zendala is the greatest.

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  7. So beautiful and so different. I love the complexity of the first one and the simplicity of the second. I do like the rope look of the Quib on the second tile a lot.

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  8. Oh man, that Zendala looks so complicated! It's terrific! But I do love the simplicity and oh so luxurious Renaissance tile! Beautifully done!

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  9. a sedgling/quib mix? i love it! they work very well together!

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  10. gorgeous. Love all the twists and turns in the first one!

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  11. Great! Like how in the first one they disappear down the center. Like the highlighting on the second. Have not gotten any of the new brown tiles.

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  12. Ooooh, that second one.......! But I have to admit, that the first one is amazing too!!

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  13. Both are terrific. If I had to choose one I don't think I could; each one has something different that's special about it.

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  14. I love how you use white. I will have to try this!

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