Wednesday, July 25, 2012

how far is it?


I tangled a zentangle.
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37 comments:

  1. Love i Nora! Makes me think of M.C. Escher, only better. :-D

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  2. What! Didn't see this coming. Thought I was on Gloria's blog.
    Nice to see you experimenting.

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  3. Very nice this zentangle has depth, I rarely see that!!

    Hugs Giggles

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  4. its a beautiful zentangle!

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  5. Muito bonito o desenho! Grande criatividade. Abraços.
    Maria Emília

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  6. Quite the design! Very nice work Nora!

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  7. Wow! This is impressive! I'll need to look up the definition of "zentangle" - This looks like it was a lot of fun - and exacting. I really like it.

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  8. Tee hee...I thought you drew a potholder and love it!

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  9. Love it!!! You could be doing fabric designs!!

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  10. This is fab, must have taken ages....

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  11. Ever since I first saw the word I have wondered what a Zentangle is (and never got round to looking it up on the net!). So, clearly a specialised form of doodling, but I'm definitely going to have to look it up now, since I love doodling withy black and red on white paper. (Is red allowed?) This is a beautiful image, and as Sandy Sandy said, so reminiscent of Escher.

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  12. Very very nice Nora.

    Greetings Janny

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  13. Fabulous! You would probably like some of the animal zedtangles that 'Pointy-Pix' has done recently. There's a link to her site on my blog :0)

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  14. Nora how fun - I've doodled but never done a zentangle. May have to give myself a chance to do one. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. Now that looks like fun! I think I will have to try this!

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  16. A gorgeous zentangle Nora!

    greetings, Alie :-)

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  17. You learn something new everyday and today I learned what a zentangle is! Yours stretches the imagination and is pure fun!

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  18. Fantastic Nora!! This does look very zen like and alot of fun!!

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  19. Spanish: Me gustan tus pinturas técnicamente por la soltura del trazo y la calidez de la mancha.
    También porque me hacen sentir nostalgia de un mundo mejor, con más color.
    Gracias.

    English: I like your paintings technically by the looseness of the stroke and the warmth of the stain.
    Also because I do feel nostalgic for a better world, with more color.
    Thank you.

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  20. Your art is amazing no matter if it is a zentangle or fast running bunny. Love it all.

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  21. Love your 'toodles' and zen tangels ~ well done ~ I like best ~ your own creative style ~~ thanks, namaste, (A Creative Harbor)

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  22. I find this incredible!...such a lot of work and so effective (:

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  23. terrific tangle. Happy PPF, Annette x

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  24. Lovely tangle! and your rabbit is fabulous. Great work, both! Happy PPF

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  25. You managed some really inticate and interesting lines/designs in this! Very cool!

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  26. great zentangle! these always come out cool

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  27. This is wonderful. I love how meditative tangling can be--

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  28. Belas imagens, grande talento!
    Abraço e sucesso.

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  29. This is great, Nora! I must have missed this post! Did you have fun? All your "fans" seem to love it, too! :) I did the Mandela while waiting for my flat tire to get fixed this morning!

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