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How to draw BONNIE

Zentangle pattern: Bonnie. 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.Welcome to the other side! It was a very late night/early morning for us watching all the results. Nap time this afternoon, methinks, while you all enjoy …

Today’s gorgeous Bonnie tangle is from Australian CZT Jennifer Jones, and it’s her first on the site.

Bonnie introduces herself,

I’m from Sydney, Australia. I’ve always loved all kinds of art. After discovering the Zentangle Method™ I became completely intrigued. In 2015 I travelled to Providence to become CZT#18 which was a wonderful experience.

The inspiration for this tangle came when I was experimenting with different tangles for an upcoming Zentangle Workshop. I became fascinated with the versatility of Bonnie. Depending on the placement/shading Bonnie can either be the focus of the tile or it seems to optically look like something else!

Bonnie also looks great in a border.

I named this tangle Bonnie which is the nickname for our first granddaughter, born in October!

I’m guessing Jennifer isn’t aware of this, but Bonnie is actually a “slice” extracted from CZT Jana Pharmer’s Stella tangle. A sort of fragment, in a way (I can hear minds going into gear). And Jennifer has taken it to really interesting places which you can see in this collage of her beautiful Bonnie tiles which I’ve included as an enticement to experiment. You can view and enjoy the original enlarged version on her website.

Jennifer illustrates the step-by-step instructions for drawing Bonnie below, “My example tile shows Bonnie with Sand Swirl by Kerry Heun and a bit of Crescent Moon by Rick & Maria. More examples for using Bonnie can be found on my website.” In her tile Jennifer has stacked two Bonnie elements coming from each corner resulting in a fascinating meta-pattern in the center.

How to draw the Zentangle pattern Bonnie, tangle and deconstruction by Jennifer Jones. Image copyright the artist and used with permission, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

Image copyright the artist and used with permission, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please feel free to refer to the steps images to recreate this tangle in your personal Zentangles and ZIAs, or to link back to this page. However the artist and TanglePatterns.com reserve all rights to these images and they must not be publicly pinned, altered, reproduced or republished. They are for your personal offline reference only. Thank you for respecting these rights. For more information, click on the image for a discussion entitled “Artists for Respect” by several prominent artists. “Integrity is doing the right thing, even when no one is watching.” ~ C.S. Lewis

As you enjoy any of the tangles on the site, please leave a comment of thanks and encouragement to show the artists you appreciate them for sharing their creativity to inspire yours. Your comment helps motivate them to continue to share!

Check out the tag jenniferj for more of Jennifer’s tangles on TanglePatterns.com.

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TAGS & How to locate tangles by artist or type on TanglePatterns

Did you know you can easily find TANGLES BY ARTIST and TANGLES BY TYPE on TanglePatterns?

Each tangle has its tags listed as live links in the date bar just above the comments section on each page. The date bar looks like this screen capture where I've highlighted the Tag section in yellow:

Scroll down on any tangle's page and click on those live links in the date bar to get to similar types of tangles and to find tangles by the same artist.

There's also a section called TANGLES BY TYPE in the LEFT sidebar of any page as shown in this image at the green arrow.

Scroll to that section in the sidebar, click the down arrow and select the type of tangle you're looking for, and a new page will open with the list of all the tangles of that type. (TANGLES BY ARTIST are located directly below there.)

Feel like choosing tangles at random for your Zentangle® art?

There are four ways to do this on the site.

  • First, there's a random TANGLE SELECTOR in the left sidebar with instructions on how to use it. This handy gadget can be used to select Zentangle®-original tangles from this page and it can also be used to select random Strings. Just type in the number range you want to select from.
  • Second, just above that section there's a TANGLE RANDOMIZER that has already selected 5 random tangles to use.
  • Third, many like to use the tangles listed at the end of every tangle in the "You might also like:" section of the page.
  • Fourth, use the selection of tangles in any TANGLE REFRESHER. This is a great way to revisit tangles you've forgotten about or might have missed when it was originally posted.

Be sure to check out all the features that are hidden in plain sight in the sidebars on both sides of every page.

And let's not forget the main menu bar across the top of every page — there's a lot of great reading and learning there that you won't want to miss.

 

 

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