This tangle is beautiful. But I've got a ways to go with getting it to where I'd like it. So I used some tangles inside Citrus.
One on the bottom is just a twist on each piece. Another is the pattern from Tripoli B, and the unmistakable Printemps on the center. I look forward to tangling with this gorgeous tangle in the future.
This was a great string to tangle in! My 'Coil' tangle looks a bit like chewed rawhide by a dog but it's something I'll practice as its a great tangle. As for the grid tangle it was not bad at all! Tried my best with shading, and at the very least was good exercise for my mind! Thanks!
Was really happy to see this tangle to use. I enjoy drawing it and I used Mooka shapes for the long vertical strands. And I added color for spring starting yesterday. Was also inspired by the sky in Laura's post. Thanks!
Here is my contribution. A variation of the tangle Pepper, used in the leaves of the clover. I added orange for the third color of the Irish flag, but did you know the official color of Ireland is BLUE! For the sea that surrounds it. Check out my fantastic studio I would have if in Ireland. Have a great Saint Patrick's day!
This is where I'd love to have a cottage for a studio in Ireland:
This was a lot of funky lines and shapes to negotiate. I liked the geometric rounded shape and went with it.
I'm not the best with lines but they are mine. And that's okay. I'll never be a straight line drawer. That's why we're all here though as I suppose, to show each one of us is unique and our work a pleasure to be shared. I am so tired of the black and white kick I've been on so I added some Tim Holtz Distress Markers for some color. I love how it takes on a life of its own and isn't predictable when sprayed with water. See ya later!
A rounded string would have scared me as much as an angular one before. But by using some great tangles I've learned so much about how things can flow. And most importantly I enjoy doing it! It may not be as technically involved as it could but the fact I was able and allowed myself to create something that made me happy is a wonderful thing. Thanks! Sarah.