If there is one tangle that doesn't speak to me, it's Mooka. I have used it several times in drawings, but to me, it doesn't seem to play well with others. A quick online search shows that many others don't have this same issue, it's just me. All the more reason for me to keep playing with it. In this first drawing, I have paired it with Knightsbridge. I feel the background does a reasonable job of isolating the fronds of the Mooka. drawn on a standard size square of 3 1/2 inches
Welcome to Tangled Thursday. A few of my local and online friends have joined me in an occasional Zentangle challenge. We'll take turns choosing a theme and them post our drawings in about 2 weeks time. All are welcome to join in the fun. If you are new to Zentangles, then visit the website for a complete explanation and all sorts of online resources. I'm also a big fan of TanglePatterns.com.
When Elaine issued this challenge, it was after seeing that some of her plants were starting to sprout. I took that as my inspiration to see if I could make my mooka sprout. Add a few flower pots and some additional 'bedding' plants and I have my own little garden. Bricks, Square in square and Yincut were used for the pots. The lobes of the mooka on the far right have me thinking of bunny ears. hmm, should have used mooka in my Easter drawings a few weeks ago.
All visitors are encouraged to pick up a fine marker and give any of the tangles a try. Remember, they are made up of lines and we can all draw lines. Don't consider the entire finished project, start with just one pen stroke, then add another, and another, before you know it, you will have created your first drawing.
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