I recently purchased Tangle Deck 1 and Tangle Deck 2. As stated on her website, Tangle Deck was created by Certified Zentangle Teacher, Lynn Mead, to provide a durable and portable reference to copyright-free tangles introduced by Zentangle Inc.
While visiting Momma Deb, we tested out the Tangle Decks. We each picked 5-7 cards for the other person to use on her tile. I used cards from Tangle Deck 2 and Momma Deb used cards from Tangle Deck 2. The cards were super easy and exciting to use.
Momma Deb working on her tangles. She chose to do variations of each tangle.
Momma Deb's tile before shading. She wasn't happy with it but I think it looks great!
Last week, my Kindergarten Class made glass bead
magnets as gifts for Mother's Day. I was inspired and
in awe of my students' creativity. Their magnets
turned out beautifully.
I was inspired by my students' creations, so, I
created my own magnets...and of course my
magnets were tangled!
On my way back from a conference in Seattle, I picked up an interesting sketchbook from Barnes and Noble called Complete This Drawing. In it is over 200 pages of abstract suggestive half-doodles just waiting to be finished. As soon as I picked up the book and flipped through it, I was inspired to tangle in it. The paper in the book is acid-free, archive quality paper. The pen I use in it is not a Micron but a Papermate Flair Felt-Tip Medium Point Black Pen. I purchased the sketch book with the mind set that I would keep it in my purse and have it available whenever I wanted or needed a break to tangle, and that has been exactly what I've done. During meetings, while waiting, and before bed I have had so much fun letting my imagination go wild tangling in this book.
Below are some of the pages I have completed so far. Originally, I was going to take a before and after pic of each page I did but I kept forgetting...so you'll just have to imagine what the originally half-doodle looked like.