Knotz, Screen, and Yew Dee
I am a breast cancer survivor. 18 years.
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This is the first, wildest, wisest thing I know: the soul exists...it is built entirely out of attentiveness.
Location:Autumn in South Carolina
Location:A family party
|4.5" tile: Spiteria, Printemps, Shard, Drained|
Trying out another Apprentice Tile. Now this tile is cut from Canson Montval 140 cp Watercolor paper. Very nice quality paper. The zentangle official Apprentice tile is a glossier paper.
This is a really nice option for visually impaired students. Some of us have a number of students who fall into that category. I think we should be carrying 4.5" tiles and .05 pens and/or Apprentice pens in our kits for students taking beginner classes who fall into that category!!!
I am enjoying the tangle Spiteria. It is the funky star shape tangle.
We had snow in the north woods Friday and Saturday so Florida is looking SO good right now!!! We are packing up and heading out soon.
|Blind String: Squaro, Swags, Laces, Tipple, Striping|
Blind strings for a challenge are always fun and makes you wonder why you bother looking at all when you draw strings! They get so much more creative this way!
What is interesting about this one is that it is done on an Apprentice Tile (4.5") instead of classic 3.5". I am prepping for a class on Wednesday where I'll have someone who is visually handicapped. Since I had not used an Apprentice Tile myself, I thought it best to give it a try. I used an .05 pen instead of an .01. There is also an Apprentice Pen but mine are all packed away unfortunately. I think the 05 will work fine for her.
I tried an ultra fine Sharpie but they "bleed" slightly on the soft paper. No go. Apprentice materials are generally for younger students.
|8 x 10 wc and ink on gallery-wrapped canvas|