Last week at this time, I was sitting in Providence, Rhode Island getting my certification as a CZT (Certified Zentangle® Teacher). A brand new tangle was introduced called IX, which is the Roman Numeral for 9, and we were the 9th group of teachers to get trained. One of our trainers, Maria, said it was a gift to us, and she gave me permission to post it when I talked to her on the phone today, just in case anyone is curious. Some of the previously trained CZTs have asked us in group 9 to share how it is done, so here is my step out. This is only the second time I have ever drawn IX or a step out of any kind, so it isn't an exemplar, but I think it is close enough to get the hang of it. I have two layers in each direction, but we did three at training. I believe we were told we could vary the number of layers and the number of auras each time. When we originally did it at training, we did more than one IX on our tiles and added on some extras. The bottom photo is my original zentangle®. These are not all shaded, but we were told that the shading could be done on the final diagonal red lines as well as where lines cross over one another in the final X shape.
Monday, August 20, 2012
A New Tangle from Zentangle® "IX"
Posted by jane eileen at 8/20/2012 10:10:00 AM
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good job, jane :) this was a fun tangle - our very own!ReplyDelete
Thanks for posting this... I've been dying to see it!ReplyDelete
Congratulations and thanks for posting the new tangle, looks like fun.ReplyDelete
Soooo are you going to teach Zentangle at the Frenzy Stamper?ReplyDelete
Kitty Hester, a CZT from Scottsdale teaches the Zentangle® classes at Frenzy Stamper. I took a class from her myself, and can say she does a great job! I think she has a class coming up soon. I will be teaching in Glendale, but I am still in the process of getting that set up. I will be posting on my blog when I do, hopefully soon!. Are you local? Thanks for asking!
That's a fun one! I like what you did with yours!ReplyDelete
Thanks for posting the steps to this tangle. I'm not a CZT, but appreciate learning some of the Tangles taught in the certification class. :)ReplyDelete
mmm, Jane please read and respond to my e-mail to you.ReplyDelete
That is a great challenge. Do you ever come to Page AZ? I've shared tangling with friends who would love a class. I took the class from Cecie McCaffrey in San Diego. Haven't purchased a birthday or thank you card since. Learning to tangle has been my gift to me.ReplyDelete
I would like to reply to your question, Donna. How can I contact you? Thanks!Delete
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This looks like a lot of fun, thanks so much for sharing.ReplyDelete
Can't wait to try this one!! Love the look! Thanks for the step out!ReplyDelete
VERY nice--reminds me, a bit of AuraKnot, the way it builds. I'm really going to enjoy this one famously!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for this. It reminds me, a bit, of AuraKnot, the way it builds. I'm going to enjoy this one famously!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the directions. I will have fun with this one.ReplyDelete
Jane - welcome to the CZT world! Hope we can meet someday soon. Thanks for posting IX.ReplyDelete
Thanks tons hope to use this one at my class on Wednesday I am a CZT4ReplyDelete
Thanks tons I hope to use this in my class on Wednesday I am CZT4ReplyDelete