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How to draw FALZ

Zentangle pattern: FalzFalz and Xenso are two new tangles from Loveland, Colorado, CZT® Sue Clark. This is my example of Falz, you’ll fine Xenso here.

I’m posting these tangles separately on TanglePatterns – for orderly filing purposes, you understand – so today is a BOGO Special (Buy One Get One)  :-)

Sue has them together in her blog, as she explains:

They both start out with the same first two steps, but vary enough that they don’t look anything alike when done. Also, when completed they each can have many different looks, depending on what spaces you decide to color in (if any) and how you shade them.

Sue’s tangles start out with Organza-like parallel columns and continue with different fills. As she points out there are many possibilities to vary the look of both tangles. My example of Falz is one of Sue’s suggested variations.

Sue illustrates the step-by-step instructions for drawing Falz here on her blog, and shows both Xenso and Falz together in a lovely Zentangle®. These are both fun new tangles, Enjoy!

Check out the tag suec for more of Sue’s patterns on TanglePatterns.com.


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