Oh well, press on!
This week, our Diva, Laura Harms, set a duotangle challenge. Usually I like that concept because it keeps the tile focused and allows for pattern play, which makes the tile very interesting. I must have tried in my sketchbook three times and then produced three tiles out of sheer stubbornness before I was ready to post them.
The first one, I tried to bring in some shadow play. Maybe I was brain-tired or whatever, but I gained no satisfaction from this.
Finally, I decided to have a little fun, so I grew some black cherries. One didn't ripen...
The challenge letter for Suzy Mosh's That's New To Me was H. I chose Hako and Henna Drum. I always admired Henna Drum, but thought it didn't fit my designs. Here, with Hako, I like it very well! Black and brown ink on a Renaissance tile:
Finally, the focus tangle on Square One: Purely Zentangle Facebook page was Bunzo. I like that tangle, and have had lots of fun looking at all the varied interpretations.
Here is mine - Wandering Bunzo:
Happy Tangling, all. I thank you for visiting and truly appreciate all your comments.