I would love to see how you use Zöpfe in a drawing. I really love the look of it, but the outcome is never what I would like it to be when I draw it. Like it doesn't like playing with the other tangles I choose. lol. So I've been wanting to explore it further, this seemed like an excellent time for that :)
This wasn't and easy nor natural one for me either. I gave it a couple of tries, and while I feel better about the later ones, it's still not sitting comfortably with me. The one in the centre was my first attempt, the one on the right, my second, and the multiple ones on the left, my third. By the third try I was getting the hang of it. At first I missed that the ends of the strokes were supposed to lay on top of each other.
Welcome to Tangled Thursday. A few of my online friends have joined me in an occasional Zentangle challenge. We'll take turns choosing a theme which I'll post here on my blog. At that time, I'll add Mister Linky and invite you to add a link to your drawing using that them. I'll leave the linky open till the next challenge is posted, usually two weeks. Any one who participates could be contacted to decide our next challenge.
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
|A bookmark featuring the tangle Zopfe|
Mister Linky is waiting below for a link to your post about Zopfe.