So we went to go pick his kids up at the gas station in Othello where I dropped off the last tangle. Guess what? It’s not there anymore! Now I just wait for that email saying they have it!
I decided to make another one and I was going to drop it off in Ellensburg at Central, the university, but they closed at 5, and we didn’t get to Ellensburg until 7:30pm.
I’ve decided to use hearts as my string until Valentine’s Day. I haven’t slept real good in a while, and it’s making me really shaky.
In the Facebook group, Square One Purely Zentangle, the tangle for the week is Rixty. I’ve always liked it but haven’t been able to make it look real good. I need to practice more and let the creativity flow!
I tried to make some cool looking Rixty but it didn’t work out as planned. I like how the outside of the heart turned out though!
Here is the tile completed before shading. It is very busy and Idon’t like the inside so much.
And here it is all done! The shading helped make it not so busy looking, I think. It’s not completely horrible!
And it looks even better far away! I left it in the ladies room at the Vernita Rest Area in eastern Washington state! Hopefully someone gets it and gives it a new home!
Now that we’re finally home, after 5 hours of driving and most of it in dense fog, I’m going to work on the swaps I signed up for!
A Shell Gas Station to be exact, now has a new piece of art. I was too scared to leave it in Yakima, so Othello it was!
So there it is. I haven’t received any emails from anyone yet, but I sure hope I do! I once wrote a message and put it in a glass bottle with a dollar for a stamp, and threw it in the ocean. I’ve never heard anything. Maybe it’ll take years to get to land. I dunno!
I do know that I’m now going to make another tangle and leave it at the bookstore at Central Washington University, tomorrow! I should get a response from that one!
Until next time! Ta-Ta!
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