Divided. The string used for this tile had multiple spaces that allowed for quite a few tangles. I tried to place the random patterns in an interesting way. But looking at it all these years later, it feels like this one needs some stronger contrasts. It‘s a bit too even. Zentangle drawn on Official Zentangle tile using a black, Micron pen. Tangles: Ammon Cogwheel Dex Flukes Huggins Hurry Ibex Sampson Sedgling Swarm

Ground-eye view. What do you see when you lay down in the garden on your stomach and look around? To me, this is what I would see if my garden was full of plants that grew from tangle seeds. Zentangle drawing done with Micron pen on Strathmore Vellum Bristol. Tangles: Ammon Birds on a Wire D‘Rua Floatfest Rain Scrolled Feather

No borders. By now I‘m sure you‘ve noticed that I usually draw a border around the edge of my tiles. I‘ll admit, I‘m trying to contain my drawing and keep it under control. Having that border does that for me. But every so often, I have to escape and live life on the edge. My art will often reflect that. Zentangle drawing done with Micron pen on Strathmore Vellum Bristol.