Monday, April 3, 2017


WELCOME TO DUANE'S DRAWINGS, ZENTANGLE BLOG.......WHERE ZENTANGLES LIVE...

 (only 74 days left until Providence, RI for CZT #28.  Can't wait !!     :-)
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It's that time again for the Diva's Challenge #310.  I don't use facebook, so I didn't know about her streaming video and didn't, therefore, get to see what the challenge for today was until.....well, today.  Some of you got to see it last night while she preped for today.  Is that like the Today Show seen last night or last night seen today??  Anyhow, she posted her usual Monday morning post about the tangle to use and here is my interpretation of what she is challenging today,..........well,   today.





This is one that I did the other day when Ria's new tangle came out.  So I did another one for you, Ria:




13 comments:

  1. I like both of these tiles. Don't you think the Frunky one turns out like Japanese drawings of the sea? Well, maybe it's just me. What's the name of the pattern on your second tile, please? It looks fun and I'd like to give it a shot.

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  2. Margaret, Hi and thanks for visiting my blog. In answer to your question regarding the second tile I posted, the name of the main tangle is Horti (it has several variations); and the ones up in the corners is another of Ria Matthesson's new tangles and it is called Nouvart. If you scroll down a bit you will see another version of Nouvart that I did.

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  3. Really like your noom border for your frunky. Nice tile! So fun to see your countdown until training too.

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  4. I love your Frunky surrounded by Noom, looking good.

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  5. Like others, I LOVE the Noom frame and Frunky is well done too!!!

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  6. Both are lovely! Especially I like the beautiful zendala with Frunky and the Noom border!

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  7. Frunky also screamed Mandala for me ---and some others. However, you're the first I've seen who did it from the border in rather than from a central point out. Kudos for being an originalist. :)

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  8. I like how your Zendala seems to implode toward the center. The Noom really frames Frunky nicely!

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  9. super duper, both of them.

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  10. Wnderful Zendala with a beautiful combination of Frunky and Noom.
    Thank your Duane for giving Horti a try. I like the way you have drawn my new tangle!

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  11. Beautiful tiles! Love them both!

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  12. Wonderful tiles, Duane and we love both Paradox and Onamato :-)

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