here.) The challenge was to use the tangle ING. I used it as a string along with Rain. On my first try I filled in all four quadrants but felt it looked too busy and the ING got lost. So on this tile I went for some white space. This was fun!
For directions on how to draw ING, go here.
Saturday, August 27, 2016
|Pokeroot, Crescent Moon|
Bales, Hollibaugh, Florz
Munchin,, Knightsbridge, Rain
Once you are used to drawing it there are a lot of ways to use it. You can fill in the "blank" spots with other tangles or use other tangles on the boards themselves. You can also color in black behind the boards and get a whole new effect.
Friday, August 19, 2016
|Printemps, Florz, Indirella, |
Hollibaugh, Cadent, Bales,
Mssst, Knightsbridge, Crescent Moon
Friday, August 12, 2016
|ING, Bales, N'Zeppel, Pokeroot, Flinger, Pokeroot|
Pokeroot is fun to do and has a lovely tendency to ignore the string and go over borders. It is easy to learn and can have quite an impact on your tile. I particularly love it coming out of corners, as in this tile.
Saturday, August 6, 2016
|Crescent Moon, Betweed, Flux|
For this week, I chose the tangle Betweed. There is an excellent video by Maria and Rick available here.
It is a beautiful tangle and Maria demonstrates how to do it three different ways on her video.
I chose her second method. This one required some extra focus from me at first but once I got the rhythm going it was easy. It is basically one stroke repeated. Remember to always start from the left! Enjoy.