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Turn up the Volume.. again!

Turn up the Volume.. again!

Maria Thomas

In 2007, we started BLOG Zentangle and began our enjoyable series of conversations within our Zentangle community. In reading through these blog posts with their insightful comments, we decided to bring a few of them to your attention from time to time. It is easy, for me anyway, to sometimes think of old information as stale information. But these insights and conversations are anything BUT stale! We invite you to enjoy this post from 2014... Begin previous post . . . Maria writes: I have to say, I never had a thing for "Perfection." Not that I am not tidy...

One Stroke at a Time...

One Stroke at a Time...

Molly Hollibaugh

...AKA doing what is right under your nose. Molly writes... Modern day life is full. It is full of expectations. Full of plans and organizing. Full of setting goals and planning the future. It is full of quantifying this and having proof for that. It is full of doing things to check this box or get this credential or photograph and so on. Modern day life is full of filling. While there is value and space for some of that in this journey we call life, if we are constantly full of filling our time with only the things that...

TangleRootz: Peanuckle

TangleRootz: Peanuckle

Julie Willand

Peanuckle is made with only two elemental strokes: one is curved, one is straight. Or kind of straight anyway. It is often considered a high focus tangle, but once you get the hang of it, you might decide its subtle weaving lines flow together quite intuitively and elegantly. It is simply constructed, yet its result is surprising and perhaps a bit complicated. Peanuckle was discovered accidentally when Molly was “drawing” over a logo on some paperwork. The logo was made up of two letter S’s stacked. As she played around with the negative spaces and how to connect the letters,...