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How to draw TAMISOLO

Zentangle pattern: Tamisolo. Image © Linda Farmer and TanglePatterns.com. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. You may use this image for your personal non-commercial reference only. The unauthorized reproduction or distribution (including pinning) of this copyrighted work is illegal.Swiss CZT Hanny Waldburger’s Tamisolo is “a variation of my pattern Tami, that can be grown in all directions… I call it ‘Tamisolo’, cause it looks like kind of half a Tami.

“Unlike Tami, I start the spiral from the outside toward the center.

Once inside, I change the direction and ‘spiral’ me back to the outside.

Once there, I now add the tip and close the shape down to about the same level as I began it.

From this first form I can now grow it in all directions.”

Tamisolo does indeed grow in all directions to fill a section of your Zentangle® tile. I have to admit for my first (many) attempts at Tamisolo, I found it a little challenging. But once I got the hang of it and visualized the position and overall “leaf” shape each motif would fill, it became easier to control the outcome. I have a ways to go to match Hanny’s fluency with her tangle.

Hanny illustrates the step-by-step instructions for drawing Tamisolo here on her blog and she shows many beautiful examples of how her lively tangle can turn out.

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