Challenge #24 "String Theory version II: Stripes"

The Diva's challenge for this week #24 asks us to use a specific string, all stripes. My stripes are definitely not conventional stripes, more chopstickish. It will be fun to see what everyone does with this challenge. I combined Floatfest, Static, Betweed, Knightsbridge, Tipple, Mooka, Sez, Printemps, Perfs, and some other stuff (stuff is another word for "I don't know the names").

I just updated my profile picture. My dear friend Blake video taped the beginning of our first official class as CZT's. Blake took a shot from the video and sent me a still. So this picture is me teaching as an official Zentangle CZT, whoo-hoo! My friend Jeanne and I held the class right after the CZT seminar while visiting friends in Vermont.

The second version of stripes has Crescent Moon, Hollibaugh, Purk, Diamond Pane, Betweed, Sanibel, Hybrid, some bead pods, and Kingsley, a pattern developed by my table mate Lisa Jameson at CZT training. She got her inspiration from some wonderful old books at Oakhurst.

What a wonderful time we all had at CZT seminar #6. We are the Zentangle Zealots!!!

12 comments:

  1. I love your chopsticks! Great profile picture, too! But your link from the diva's page doesn't seem to be working right.

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  2. I like the perspective too! And your new picture is looking good too. I still wish we had a chance to meet at the Feb CZT but I'm so glad you got to the last one!

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  3. Beautiful tile and nice picture.

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  4. Just terrific!!! Love the variety!

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  5. I love that they are stripes without being so rigid. They flow very nicely.

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  6. Beautiful tiles! I especially like what you did with Betweed in the first one.

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  7. So much depth, this is stunning to look at.

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  8. Your work is amazing!!! very inspiring! The first one really has the illusion of going back into space.

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  9. Nice, Danni. You do such nice work.

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