For this week at Adele's Bruno "It's a String Thing Challenge#186" we were asked to draw using a String in the shape of the mathematical "PI" symbol in honor of the National PI Day in the United States. The tangles to work with were: "Wacho" by Livia Chau, "W2" and "Pokeroot" both by Maria Thomas, Zentangle co-founder.
Here is my tile:
For this tile I used a black Micron marker, Prismacolor Colored pencils in "White", "Poppy Red", "Crimson Red" and "Crimson Lake", white gel pen for highlights and graphite for shading.
This time I decided to do something a little unsual for me, instead of using a pattern as it is, I use the pattern "Wacho" inside the pattern "W2" but in fragments. The ondular part of the pattern is in "W2's" horizontal woving stripes and the triangular fragments are in "W2's" vertical woving stripes. It was a fun change and I think it added a little bit of more interest.
Thank you Adele for another great challenge, it was great fun!
As always if there is anything from this post that you would like to try on your own work, please feel free to do so. I hope you liked it and come back often!
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