joey's weekly tangle challenge #84

This tangle challenge is for anyone who enjoys using tangles in their art.  
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It's time for another
Alphabet Monotangle Challenge 
and the letter of the week is U!

This week I'm challenging you to do an
  Undu Monotangle
(a monotangle is drawn using only 1 tangle pattern)
 
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This is a tangle by Daniel who I think does fantastic work.
The tangle reminds me of a fingerprint or a maze so there's lots of possibilities with this one.  Have fun!
~ joey ~
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7 comments:

  1. Trying to live in the moment, I won't think about being all the way up to U!

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  2. I can definitely see this tangle pattern ending up in my future pieces - thanks for the introduction!

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  3. This was great! I haven' t touched watercolor for years. But Undu made me do it. Thanks for the opportunity!

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    1. I love to read comments like this Anita, you made my day!
      ~ joey ~

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  4. I had tried Undo when it was first introduced; but thought it was so much like Diva Dance that I didn't get too excited about it. Don't get me wrong, I love Diva Dance in all its permutations. But I didn't see any reason to have another tangle so much like it. So when I saw that it was this week's monotangle, my first thought was Eh! But then when I started working on it, I really started enjoying myself. This was one of those real Zen-like Zentangle experiences. It practically drew itself; I had a Ball!

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  5. I had so much fun I think I'm going to go do another one!

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