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Thursday, May 8, 2014

Gloria J Zucaro's "Laurole 1, 2, 3", 4"

On Laura Harms site "I am the Diva" she asked us to do a tangle using her new Zentangle pattern, and come up with a name for it.  Because of the circles and her first name, I decided on "Laurole".  Here is the finished version, then the steps going back to my design's beginning step.  I am posting to iamthedivaczt.com and to Paint Party Friday.  Have a great weekend.



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32 comments:

  1. I love how you showed the changes! And I like them all!! From the simplistic to the very end with all it's detail and life!!! Fun!!! :0) Share Humanity

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    1. Thank you, Annette. I am glad I took the time to photo the steps this time.

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  3. That's great! That really inspires me to maybe show more step by steps myself!

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    1. Great, I love it when artists show their process.

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  4. Nice Gloria, to see the steps, thank you. The end result is beautiful.

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    1. Thank you Anne. i had fun with the Diva's tangle!

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  5. Beautiful tile! I like your use of Knightbridge here! Interesting to see the steps, thank you!

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    1. Yes, Knightbridge though simple in concept can look so different each time. thank you for your comment.

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  6. How cool to see your steps! Very interesting to see how this design came to life :)

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  7. I enjoyed this very much. Interesting and learning steps indeed. Thank you for that. Great work. I have to learn to do Zentangles. This is a great lesson.

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    1. Thank you, Gloria. I enjoyed all your efforts this week on Paint Party Friday, too.

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  8. Oh wow I admire your patience! Great patterns and tangles!

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    1. I really take my time. Some people are done in a flash, but it can take me hours!
      But I am usually watching/listening to TV while I am doing them, so it is a pleasure to do.

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  9. So much fun! I'm working on one with my daughter...

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    1. Yes, I saw, and what a great result! Thank you, Lynn.

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  11. really nice tangle art Gloria!

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  12. Very nice Gloria good to see you getting your art groove on again!

    Hugs Giggles

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  13. Such lovely tangles and designs!

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  14. I love these Zentangle patterns-great job!

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  15. lovely and imaginative work. Thank you for sharing

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  16. I liked to see the different steps of your tangle-project!
    Happy PPF
    Ilona

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  17. I really like the name you came up with. Works perfectly with this tangle
    Nicole/Beadwright

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  18. Nice work on the tangles Gloria.Thanks for showing the steps, very interesting.
    Annabelle : )

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  19. That's a fun pattern, Gloria. You executed it beautifully too. Blessings!

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  20. Beautiful zentangle ... And I love the name you picked!

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  21. The zentangle turned out beautiful!

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  22. So fun! I have always liked these - but have never tried to make one! Happy PPF!

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