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Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Eccentric Concentric #74

Laura Harms' 74th challenge is to use concentric circles for strings.

Here's Maria's contribution:


If you are new to Zentangle, this may look a bit complicated. However all the Zentangle patterns and creations you see here and around the web are each done one simple stroke at a time in a particular sequence.

It's also how those tree rings appeared: one at a time as each ring eccentrically concentrically aura'd the one before it.


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13 comments:

Anonymous said...

As always: so very beautiful! And time for me to say once more how gratefull I am for the fact you and Rick 'gave' me Zentangle.

Annemarie Huijts

Gloria said...

I love the "lollipop" design on the right side circle set.

Susan said...

LOVE the look of this tile...so beautiful! I've only been tangling for about a year...by your Zentangle site has brought me hours of enjoyment! I wish I could come for a class, but I don't think I'll every make it! :( Thanks for all your wonderful posts and all the encouragement you give!

Judi said...

This is a beautiful tile and I like the way you've been presenting them in nature lately. It just adds to the beauty.

Amma said...

This is a lovely tile. Thank you so much for your zentangle site.

Sue said...

Wow, this is beautiful! Love the many tangles that all compliment each other. (I also thank you for the Zentangle site - many, many hours of happiness!)

Shelly Beauch said...

Maria, you always capture a special brilliance in your tiles, I love the light, darkness and shading.

ledenzer said...

Maria, you are a master artist and I love every piece that comes from your creative hand!

Dawn said...

Nicely done!

Sue Clark said...

Beautiful tile, Maria! Great way to photograph it, Rick!

Alice said...

maria - this is beautiful! and what a great idea to incorporate the tree rings!

tanglewithlinda.wordpress.com said...

What a gorgeous tile. I love the way you put one tangle behind a different tangle. The whole thing resembles whirling galaxies.

Fallingladies said...

So perfect, i love it!