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How to draw TWENTY-ONE

Zentangle pattern: Twenty-OneThe Netherlands has many very enthusiastic tanglers, and Holland’s Mariët Lustenhouwer is one of its earliest Zentangle® adopters. Mariët discovered Zentangle in 2009 and has been tangling ever since.

Mariët now has several tangle patterns here on the site. The lovely Twenty-One is another of her tangles, discovered when she was just “playing around with patterns” on December 21st and thus the name of this one.

Twenty-One starts out with opposing wavy lines creating an Ogee type of grid, like last week’s Lantern-Pho. A little challenging, but very doable with patience and taking it one stroke at a time.

Mariët illustrates the steps for drawing Twenty-One here on her blog and features it in a delicate Zentangle-inspired piece. Click on the images to get larger, downloadable versions.

Check out the tag marietl for more of Mariët’s patterns on TanglePatterns.com.


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6 comments to How to draw TWENTY-ONE

  • Melanye Narcarti

    Whoa! Nice tangle, and I will need to practice quite a bit on this one! Great challenge!

  • Kristi Hubbard

    If you add two little circles at the top of each ogee you get TRILOBITES!

  • Murlene Reik

    Hi! I am new at doing tangles and I have a question. Do you need to do it in a quiet (no people) place in order to have the calm, relaxed feeling you’re reaching for? Thanks, Murlene

    • Beverley Carter

      Best atmosphere for Tangling? ANYWHERE – I find I get the best benefit in the busiest places. Having just returned from 6 weeks away to visit our family in USA I did tangles on the plane, in the airport waiting, at our son’s home while others were busy doing other things. I always keep a tiny blank pad in my handbag for the times when I am waiting for an appointment or just waiting for anything. It takes away all the tension and takes you immediately into a state of BEING. Thank you Linda for all the connections you create – Beverley Carter – Adelaide, South Australia

  • Tracy McCrimmon

    I really like this one. It reminds me of roses when shaded. Very lovely.

  • Barbara

    Personally, Yes, I like quiet. The only music for listening is classical, softly in the background.

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