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How to draw TIPPLE

Zentangle pattern: Tipple. Image © Linda Farmer and TanglePatterns.com. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. You may use this image for your personal non-commercial reference only. The unauthorized pinning, reproduction or distribution of this copyrighted work is illegal.One of the 102 Zentangle®-original tangle patterns, Tipple is one of several tangles shown in the Legend included with the Official Zentangle® Kit.

Tipple can be used in combination with any tangle and is a great go-to choice for a filler.

Okay, I’m kind of cheating a bit here, there are no online instructions at this point for drawing Tipple.

But I’m reasonably sure you can figure this one out for yourself!

Update 08/31/2015: Margaret Bremner posted a Tipple and Then Some tutorial here on her blog.

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7 comments to How to draw TIPPLE

  • Linda Farmer, CZT

    Added a link to CZT Margaret Bremner’s new “Tipple and Then Some” tutorial.

  • Jan Brandt, CZT XII, Reno, NV, USA

    Thank you, Linda!! Margaret’s post is an incredible collection of ideas for Tipple variations … just amazing. 🙂

  • Melena

    Thanks so much for posting this Linda!! What a great collection of Tipple variation. I love to use Tipple but I forget about other ways to vary it. This is great to keep right nearby to remind me what else can be done.

  • Has anyone every used those Gelli Plates that are out. Do anyone know what they are. They are excellent for combining colors and your tangle patterns. Look up Mono-printing with Gelli Plates and look on the website http://www.gelliarts.com and you will see tons of tips on how to use these. Little bit on the pricey side, but looks fun to use.

  • Hi Linda and Cookie
    I have used gelli plates, and made beautiful papers. You can make you own gelli plates any size you want and very inexpensively. There are good tutorials on you tube ( think I used the one from the “Frugal Crafter” – http://youtu.be/OmBzUMwfbA0. It has lasted for years and when it gets ratty looking I just remedy it in the microwave and let it set up again. Good as new! Make sure you use a pan with no logos on the bottom inside or it’ll be imprinted on the plate. You can use one of the acrylic tops from an acrylic frame the ones you can buy anywhere. Instead of using it for a photo take the acrylic part, turn it upside down and pour in your Gelli mix.
    I research this when we had a children’s class at the gallery and couldn’t afford to buy a bunch of jelly plates for them to use in their class. Worked out great! Have a go at it it’s terrific fun.

  • Mary

    Wonderful, fun & easy design…love it!

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