Sunday, July 31, 2011

More Playing Around

Here's....Tripoli! It was introduced as the new grid in town.  This is as big as I have gotten with the grid as I am having trouble keeping it even.  Beside that little problem it is very fun to play with.  Once you get the grid of triangles you can fill in the triangles with other patterns and get wonderful secondary patterns. I will just have to play more to get the grid pattern down.  Gabby and I figured out the center cluster needs to be even to start.

Pepper is fun, they look like peppermint candies.  I really need to push this one a little more and see where I can take it.  I like flipping the stripes in an elongated area.

Rick's Paradox is a must to play with.  So cool!  When adding an adjacent triangle you have a choice in which direction you start in that triangle.  Go one way you get the first cluster, go the other way and you get the second.  There are six triangles in each cluster.  The square looked really hard but nope it's not.

This is the first one I've done!
skinny, skinny, skinny, fat

9" x 12" Sketchbook


Anonymous said...

These are lovely designs Deborah. I think they would make stunning jewellery too - I can imagine those rounded triangles as earrings, and the whole patterns as brooches.

nanke's stuff said...

They are wonderful! I love zentangles, and these are really interesting! nancy

Alex said...

Love the designs! They seem to appear in 3D effects, and in motion too. =)

Carolyn said...

I'm glad to see you are still involved with tangling, the CZT7 class was everything I needed - now I will begin to build my storehouse of tangles and go forth. Thanks for the introduction.