Actually, I digress all the time but usually manage to wend my way back onto topic, or at least its near vicinity.
This week I am exploring the possibilities of tangling to suit a rubber stamp image. I do apologize that I can't identify the stamps correctly; I would if I could, but they were acquired from a friend and the original source isn't on most of them. If anyone knows the images, please email me and I'll update the post with the correct identifying information when received - manufacturer, name of stamp, whatever.... I can't always identify the tangles, either, when a really complex piece is created, but as some have been asking, I'll try when I remember. So, the droplets are my own tangle, LEAU, the outer frame is an official Zentangle called TIPPLE, the inner frame is my tangle, SHAD, the bottom border is my tangle, AGUA.
Today's image is a classic motif and I thought her expression worked well with the qualities of the colour blue. I didn't think she needed a lot of it, mind, just a bit to create an ambience.
I'll also just post a reminder for a couple of days for those who only check in weekly or less, that I have uploaded a Zentangle Glossary to help clarify any of the Zentangle-specific vocabulary people may encounter.