Tuesday, 1 March 2011

Monotangle CZT

Well, the lovely Laura Harms has done it again.  Her challenge this week is to use ONLY ONE TANGLE to create an entire design.  An interesting, not to mention enormously difficult, challenge to be sure.  How do you choose just one tangle?  They are all so lovely and malleable and different... this was HARD!  In the end I used my own, which is similar to Rick's Static.  And, of course, this week I am celebrating the achievement of my ambition to become a Certified Zentangle Teacher - that's right, CZT - that's me! *G*
Happy Tuesday!

24 comments:

  1. I love the way the tangle makes ripples and the shading of the letters is great.
    Congratulations CZT

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  2. congratulations on becoming a CZT !
    love it !

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  3. Wow, it looks so flash, and so much concentration!!

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  4. Congratulations on becoming a CZT. And I agree - the hard part is choosing just one tangle amongst the multitude of great patterns. Yours is unique and a very nice combination of text and tangle.

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  5. I think I'm seeing waves of joy on your tile today. Congratulation on completing your CZT training. Did you give your tangle a name?

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  6. Very, very nice! Welcome and high five! This one works well for the 'space between' challenge too. :-)
    --Margaret

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  7. I like your Challenge No. 11, stART. Congratulations for becoming a CZT.

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  8. OOOO congrats on your new status!!! I am pleased for you... I have been busy but will be back to try this one this week!!!
    Frankie
    xx

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  9. Hmm. You seem to have a theme going :-)

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  10. Congrats CZT!!! That is so wonderful - as is your drawing!!!

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  11. Congrats! What a great way to do letters.

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  12. Ooohhh I love the calm and steady movement of this. Using the letters in negative space is awesome!

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  13. The white space breaks up the busy, beautiful challenge. I love how it is defined, but not with any straight lines. I have been accepted to the May seminar, and I look froward to that! Congrats!!

    (I mistyped "forward," but I liked it better this way so I kept it. Still the same meaning.)

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  14. Oh my deario, Wolf, you are gonna love it! Incidentally I, too, prefer the "froward" - so much more evocative, yes? *G*

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  15. Looks great.. love your tangle.. very cool with the letters.. and congrats again!! thanks for stopping by mine..and following.. will do the same.. yup channeling St. Patrick's Day green..lol...
    xx

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  16. Looks great. I love the curvy, wavy version of static!

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  17. Congratulations! This is a great tangle to celebrate your achievement.

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  18. Christina, your CZT monotangle is great! I love all of your CZT pieces, your enthusiasm and your craft. Reading about your class makes May's CZT class seem closer for me. I appreciate your encouraging words and hope we can meet up someday. Congrats!

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