A marathon zentangle day for me. I'm trying to design a ZIA snowman for our local art gallery and am getting close to what I want. For a nice break I created two tiles....last week's challenge and this week's challenge. Here is the newest......
I used Fans, Beadlines, Mooka, Raindotty, Tearce, Tortuca, Hatchpatch, and Japonica for this Red Thread Challenge.
This is just a quick entry to put in my challenge piece from last week. Yes, of course I have been busy.....but that's no excuse. Here is my tile consisting of a square, triangle and circle, using Arrowhead, Spinners, Cornerbox (aka Flukes), Beelight, and Furr Balls!
What a week! I taught a Zentangle class on Wed eve and finally got down to business tangling tiles on Friday, 11.11.11, one at 11:11 am and the other 11:11 pm. It was also my Mother-law's birthday so I gave her the first tile:
After we got back from going out to her birthday dinner, I created a tile which I thought of those who have fought for our freedom, Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas (the lovely folks who have created Zentangle who have just lost a dear family member, Rick's mom), and Laura Harms who created the site of weekly zentangle challenges:
I thought that I was done with Halloween. It's not one of my favorite holidays and I was happy it was over. But noooooooo, it came back with Laura Harms' challenge this week. Thanks Laura. Reliving Halloween, I decided to go with our snowy weekend before the dreaded day. Lots of snow in the northeast, although we only got about 6" here. I even got dressed up a little for a Halloween ski at Viking Touring Center on Sunday. That's me in the front.
The weather, skiing, and company was great. Good to get out on skis!