Challenge #22 - "A Little Help from my Friends"

This past week I attended the VI class of the Certified Zentangle Teacher Training in Whitinsville, MA. It was a wonderful experience and I met a bunch of talented people. This is to pay homage to my CZT training seminar. How clever to combine two in one - The Diva's challenge #22, plus other fun stuff.

I just got home from my trip and hadn't started this weeks challenge yet, so late last night I asked my cat to draw me a string, no answer... so I had to close my eyes and draw my own (that was a choice given by the Diva) so I took... it and oh what fun we're having!

While in Whitinsville we were asked to develop a tangle of our own based on the architecture or something at the Oakhurst Retreat Center, which is fabulous. Anyway, I came up with the center tangle which I call "Cross View". More to come...

Cross View notebook development



9 comments:

  1. Love this Danni! Gillian was there at CZT VI from Tasmania. She wrote home that she'd "landed in Zentangle heaven". I can only guess at how fabulous a time you all had. (Roll on, October!!) I love Cross View!

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  2. Yes, it was Zentangle heaven! Met the most wonderful people. Inspiration coupled with lot's of laughter, it was THE BEST! I know your going to have a wonderful time in October.

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  3. Love "Cross view"! It's amazing how many tangles are found at Oakhurst, I'm sure each new CZT group finds new ones every session.

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  4. Cross View makes wonderful frame or border. I am so happy for you and your inspirational time I hope your cat was impressed even if he didn't comment!

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  5. I love your new tangle, Danni. And the artwork is great; isn't it fun to work "CZT" into your drawing to celebrate? I had so much fun doing that I ended up doing an entire week of it! I'm so glad you enjoyed your seminar and I'm looking forward to watching what you come up with next!

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  6. This is great! I can't wait to give it a try!

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  7. i can't believe your cat didn't want to draw your string!!

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