This week at "I am the Diva" challenge we had an opportunity to use the new official tangle "Noom" from Zentangle headquarters. It is a beautiful new tangle with a leafy kind of look. I thought it was a good opportunity to pair it with other leafy looking patterns . So I used "Finery" also from Zentangle headquarters and my new tangle released last week "Deco Scrolls" .
Here is my tile:
If you would like to learn more about my "Deco Scrolls" pattern this link will take you to my post with all the step outs. I really hope you enjoy it ;-)
For this tile I used black and brown Micron pens, and Prismacolor Colored pencils in"Light Umber" and "Sienna Brown", white Gel pen and graphite for shading.
I have to say that I really enjoyed this challenge. It took me a little bit of practice to understand "Noom" but I am glad I took my time. It is a beautiful tangle with many possibilities. I am so grateful to Maria Thomas and Rick Roberts for sharing all their amazing creativity with all of us.
Thanks for visiting and I hope you come back often. As always if there is anything from this post that you would like to try in your own work please feel free to do so.
Hi, Welcome to my Blog! I am CraftyGirl. I love everything related to Art. I am a Mom, a Wife and a Yoga enthusiast. I try to keep everything in balance meanwhile I dedicate some time to my Art and Crafts to unwind and have some fun (not always a simple task!) ...but I do my best ;-)
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