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How to draw LAVA JUICE

Tangle pattern: Lava Juice. Image © the artist 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.Lava Juice is the creation of a new Certified Zentangle Teacher®, Carole Ohl, and this is her illustration used with her kind permission.

This tangle pattern has the honor of being the third pattern submitted to TanglePatterns.com! Thanks, Carole.

This tangle was created as a nod to our friends in Hawaii and to celebrate one of the finest trends of the last century: the lava lamp!

The online step-by-step instructions for Lava Juice are on Carole’s blog here.

Check out the tag caroleo for Carole’s patterns on TanglePatterns.com. And if you’re from the Dayton, Ohio, area and want to learn about Zentangle® and how to tangle, get in touch with her!

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2 comments to How to draw LAVA JUICE

  • Tamra Orr

    Hey there. I have just started Zentangling and am really, really enjoying it. One part I do not understand is that these emails say they will show how to draw these patterns, but I must be missing something. I see the finished example, but where are the step by step directions so you can start with simple lines and then add on to them? Are those posted elsewhere or do you just show the end product? Thanks so much.

    • Linda Farmer

      Hi Tamra, I hope by now you’ve read through the posts and discovered that there is a link to the how-to instructions in every tangle here on the site. Cheers and happy tangling!

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