It's a great thing that I love my Zentangle job, so to speak, because I have been knee deep in it for 2 straight days and will probably be doing the same today. Getting ready for classes is a lot of work and if you love your job, that means a lot of fun as well. I have been working on and off on a few classes for later this summer, and with three days with no other plans, I knew this would be a good time to make a serious dent in what is still on the TO DO list.
Here is the before and after of this week's dare, #59 with The Bright Owl. The center of this zendala has both Auraknot and Hollibaugh. Other
patterns are Springkle, Cruffle, and Fescu. A little linework finished
Here at the bottom is not this week's challenge, rather Diva's challenge, # 118, but better late than never, here it is. I
can't say what I did here would ever be filed in the "my best work"
folder. but it never was a contest, so I guess I am good, so to speak.
On challenge 118, we were supposed to use Kukes, and this is what I came
up with, using a stencil I had to create the string. I carry around a
wallet of tiles that I have prestrung with my stencils, and this just
happened to be one I was carrying when I had a break at work the week I