Last Sunday, Rick & Maria offered us a new tangle, Pendrills, in their Zentangle Newsletter. And of course, on Monday "Laura-the-Diva" presented us with a Challenge (#33 in a series) to Use this new Tangle!
I quickly discovered that Pendrills can very easily slip free of all constraints and take off!
I did some testing in my sketchbook, but it was much too prone to take up entire pages, so I thought I'd try to restrain it within the limits of a tile. I got this far before being called away to a family crisis:
This sat on my table for a day and a half, waiting for me to return. Finally I completed some other projects and responsibilities and got back to it.
By that time I had completely lost whatever vision I had, so the end result is, well, I don't know, just Not Quite.
I want to post this before it gets any later on Saturday, but I may try again.
I'm quite in love with the Blue Ridge Woman's Dream Catchers and I've been playing with this idea.
In her second posted Dream Catcher she uses two lovely feathery tangles: Sandra Strait/molossus's Jay and Carole Ohl's Featherfall! Sandra's wonderful organic tangles were some of the first ones I tried!
At any rate, I'm going to spend some more time with Pendrills, and some unexpected time with that awesome BlueRidgeWoman!
Until next time,
Blessed Be and Joyous Tangling!