The August Zentangles included a lot of variety. I collected up 31 to demonstrate. There are nine general tiles created on the iPad (black background usually with white ‘ink’ created using Procreate and an Apple Pencil).
Three general tiles are on card stock using a Sharpie Ultra Fine pen.
Everything else has something different for my ‘norm.’ I found a pad of black paper left over from my daughter’s teen age years (over 10 years ago). I drew 3.5 inch squares on the tiles and made tangle patterns using metallic gel pens. The silver shows up the best. I’ll be gradually using up the rest of the pad this fall.
The butterfly tiles I had left from the activity are 2 of the 31 tiles this month.
And then there are the feather themed tiles I made preparing for the activity with summer campers and guiding the Zentangle class.
Last but not least – I tangled a long rectangle of window film for a transom window over the French door in our breakfast area. I used Sharpie Fine Point pen on slightly pebbled mist film. The photographs below are segments before it was hung. This project is -by far – my biggest Zentangle to date!
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