I have purchased your book, YOGA for Your BRAIN. It has provided many helpful hints and challenges for my tangles. Thank You for this. I do have a problem with your illustration of the tangle, ETCHER. Is there a more simplified way how to do it. I have tried a few times and seem to get lost. Any further hints?
Joe D. in Philly
Perhaps there is.
But I believe that anything worth doing is worth OVERdoing. Although, to prove my point to my sister (that there IS a difference between being a perfectionist - I am not- and a bit obsessive-compulsive - I admit it)... I have drawn out all the steps for Etcher... in detail. However, I left in lots of little blops and squidgies. And, of course, I didn't film it!
Here we go!
|Draw columns in pencil if you need them.|
|Draw triangles pointing left and right.|
|Just like the ones on the remote control.|
|Next column, reverse direction.|
|Nose to nose and back to back. Erase pencil.|
|Add a "V" below each back-to-back pair.|
|Go slowly. Back-to-back? Add a "V"...|
|Next, the "noses" connect straight down.|
|Noses drip down... (see note below*)|
|Draw a "Y" in each "Y" section.|
|With pencil, shade right or left sections.|
|Add a bit of shading at overlaps.|
|Try coloring the triangles black!|
One last tip - if you are having a lot of trouble... getting lost in the lines... try coloring the triangles black in the very beginning. Then you can focus on the girders instead. But, wouldn't it be mind blowing to add tangles BEHIND the girders!? Hmmm....