A few years back I ran across Zentangle®. It’s a doodle-y kind of art with a zillion patterns to choose from. I will own that most of my Zentangle tiles are really ZIA’s (Zentangle inspired art) because I am married to my eraser. I don’t like the stray pencil mark, so with a swipe of the eraser it’s gone.

At any rate, each year I give myself a Zentangle challenge and I like to do the occasional challenge offered by other artists. This year I’m doing a weekly tile around a theme. Here’s are tiles for weeks 20 and 21 (playing catch up).

You can see all the tiles I have done for this year’s challenge here.

Week 20 – slanted
patterns: ga-bee, frake, shnek, and twisted rope
materials: 6″ tile, micron, and pencil
Week 21 – hidden
patterns: punch, sparkle, and a few kitties
materials: 6″ tile, micron, and pencil

The Zentangle® Method is an easy-to-learn, relaxing, and fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns. It was created by Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas. “Zentangle” is a registered trademark of Zentangle, Inc. Learn more at Zentangle.com.

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