Auraknot has always been a "mac 'n cheese" tangle for me. Loved it from the first time it I got it to work. :-)
I've never done it on a Renaissance Tile before and I sort of like that effect too.
It was nice to see Rick and Marie's versions of Flux.
I have always liked that one. Come to find out I have been mis-naming another tile Flux also…when I think it is really "Corner Box" or something else entirely.
Need to look that up.
Also turns out that I have won something in a drawing on Zentangle.com. Good thing I checked in on that today and found my name! It has something to do with the beautiful new stained glass window that has been installed at the zentangle headquarters in Providence. I'll let you know when the secret surprise arrives!
Tomorrow is my hubby's big day as the local in-house TV station at our park is featuring his model train lay (along with 3 others). The taping is tomorrow morning! Lots of preparation going there!!! So I'll spend the afternoon prepping for my Tuesday Zentangle class. It will be my last Zentangle class of the FLorida season (I think). April is just too busy to try to fit anything more in.
I am taking a 3-day Gerald Brommer wc and collage workshop up in The Villages April 20-22, have guests, AND am having my final cataract surgery this Wednesday. That means a lot of follow up doctor visits and finally getting some new glasses toward the end of the month.