Wednesday, August 5, 2009
Tangle of the Week - Keeko
This week's tangle is dedicated to "mcelroyfam" who commented on the last tangle. Good point - I mention Keeko, but don't say what it looks like. So here it is. Keeko is a very simple pattern, but it makes a perfect filler behind more complicated patterns. If you draw the lines fairly straight, it has a nice cross-hatching feel. If you curve the lines a little, it becomes more three dimensional - like a basket. I've noticed, in my classes, how differently each student draws this pattern. Some do tiny, tight lines that look like mesh or screen. Others do large, almost cartoony, curved lines that look like woven, puffy yarn... so experiment with size and line thickness.
Posted by Sandy Steen Bartholomew at 10:39 PM
Labels: Tangle of the Week, Zentangle
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Thanks a bunch. You've got me hooked:)ReplyDelete
I saw this one done with the groups of lines separated a bit and a dot on the end of the first line in each group. Was very interesting.ReplyDelete