Tangle Step-outs

Orb Pods – A New Tangle

Do you like to draw orbs?  This tangle evolved from a love for drawing orbs and tangles with orbs, such as Tipple. I have a sketch book where I experiment and play.  In the process of playing with orbs, I drew one Orb Pod and then wondered what it would look like with more pods...

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Cluster

This tangle evolved from a single orb.  I found that the bigger the orb, the easier it is to add the curved lines.  I put the axes in before I add the curved lines so I am aware that they are going in different directions. Where the orbs come together you can fill them in...

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Tangle: Xs and Orbs

This tangle, as the name indicates, uses orbs within an X. I am addicted to orbs and how to use them on a tile.  I researched the name and did not find any tangles with this name.  Please let me know if this name is already taken and by whom so I can aplogize and...

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Shattulation – A tangleation of the tangle Shattuck

Shattuck, a Zentangle®-original pattern, can be drawn with straight lines or curved line ( Step-outs for the curved version)             To draw this tangleation, start where the pattern makes an inverted V and draw a slim triangle using one line of the original tangle as one side of the triangle....

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Balesleation – A Tangleation of Bales

I was playing with the tangle Bales and it turned out to be something I never saw before. This is an example of a tangleation. I started with Bales as the base and did my own version of what to put in the middle. I named this tangle Balesleation is a combination of Bales +...

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Arnia

One of the CZT seminar ‘homework’ assignments was to deconstruct a pattern. We were asked to find a pattern in the hotel and break it down into the Zentangle elements of  a dot, a line,  a curved line, the letter S and/or an orb. I found a beautiful frame around a mirror and when I...

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Shiloh

This tangle developed as I was playing with what to put into a box.  After completing the first pattern, I played with other ways to use the triangles.  Tripoli is one of my favorite tangles, so I'm sure I will be playing with more variations as time goes on. Enjoy this tangle!  

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