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Tuesday, October 13, 2015

DIVA CHALLENGE #239

Well, as we always hear, there are no mistakes in zentangle. Hence, my tile, black on white. Didn't figure it out until I was done, but I like how it came out. Used a white Jellyroll pen in some areas.

Cheryl
certified zentangle teacher

11 comments:

Suzanne Fluhr said...

Nope. No mistakes in Zentangle. At least that's my story and I'm sticking to it. ;-) If you're referring to the fact that you did black on white, I honestly think the white on black thing was totally optional. It looks like you had fun with it, so it's all good. :)

The Yorkshire Tortoise said...

Like your sparkles. It is clever the amazing designs you end up with isn't it.

I am not a robot - just saying lol

Anne's tangle blog said...

A very pretty tile!!!

Ilse said...

Nice sparkles!

dianeclancy said...

This is a lovely tangle and white on black was optional. :) :)

~ Diane Clancy
http://www.dianeclancy.com/blog/2015/10/my-diva-munchin-play-challenge

Jean Chaney said...

No mistakes. I didn't do black either as it really wasn't part of the challenge. Your tile is beautifully done.

Margaret Blank said...

I like the overdrawing in white to create some sparkle. Nice work.

Lily M. said...

Beautiful! :)

LonettA said...

Very pretty tile!

Antonine Koval said...

The way I read the challenge was to just use Munchin - no requirement to use white on black. I didn't, although I have done that in the past. I say, put your own spin on it, which you beautifully did! I love that yours has a bit of curve. A little mind-bending? Love it!

LezliB said...

I really like your Munchin tile...it's very nicely done. And I don't think that it was a requirement to do it on black. The white overdrawing gives a very nice effect. Well done!