Today is a day I have to click and post. There are far too few days when I feel I can just get up and move away from home for a few hours, so today is a rarity. There is a storm coming, and it is difficult to tell how long we will lose power–note that power loss isn’t even a question. Ah, the joys of living on a small island in the Caribbean…
Yesterday I talked a bit about the new Apple app called Zentangle Mosaic. If you are a true Zentangle enthusiast, this is a must-have app. I get no credit of any kind for introducing it to you; it happens to be a better app than I expected it to be. Click over to the Apple Store and check it out, either in its free version, or as a member. Either be provides tons of inspiration.
This tangle was done at night and with limited lighting.mit may not be my best effort, and it is certainly one of the few tangles to which I have added color, but it turned out reasonably well. It was inspired by clicking through many tangles that were uploaded to the site by both pros and talented amateurs (no, I don’t consider myself talented; hence, no uploads from me). Each day, I find that not only do I learn more patterns from viewing the tiles, but my “regular” art work is showing improvement by providing a new perspective on The use of the patterns for certain drawing techniques that I find difficult. And so, I continue to tangle.
your tangle looks fabulous. well done. love the shapes and colours.
Why, thank you, Libby!
I didn’t know it came in Android. Thanks for letting me know and for verifying the inspiration value of the app! Happy tangling!
I have the zentangle Mosaic app for android too and it does provide a lot of inspiration. I use it for that specifically. However, most of the features are only for those who pay.
In case my reply didn’t reach you from the web version of WP, thank you for letting me know there is also an Android version! Thanks also for confirming the app’s inspiration value! Happy tangling!
No worries. I know a lot of the people that I hang with always want to know about the android apps so I can always assist if you ever wonder as well.
Thanks! My phone is an Android, but I try to keep apps off of it because they really eat up battery life. So my phone apps tend to things like mail and messaging, as well as the typical calculated, calendar, and other “productivity” stuff. Never the fu. Stuff! 😉