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How to draw B’MINE

Zentangle pattern: B'mine. 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.It wouldn’t be Valentine’s season without a heart tangle or two, right?

Today my CZT#7 classmate Vikki Howard shares her sweet B’mine tangle with us, it’s her second tangle on the site. Be sure to check out her Raffz tangle too.

Vikki writes that as she was “planning an upcoming Valentine-themed project I think I discovered a new tangle pattern.

I have named this tangle B’mine as it reminds me of the heart candies available during Valentine’s Day.”

Could Vikki mean the little red cinnamon hearts?

B’mine is unusual in that it begins with a dot grid, and it is easily variable with inking, fills and shading.

Vikki illustrates the step-by-step instructions for drawing B’mine below and she features it in a dimensional-looking ZIA tile together with the Zentangle®-original Florz and embellished with some Bales-like rice shapes. Notice how Vikki left a white “aura” around the hearts as she filled in the shapes, very nice detail. Her addition of a bit of white charcoal pencil to give them dimension really adds a great finishing touch to her (cinnamon) heart-y tangle.

How to draw the Zentangle pattern B'mine, tangle and deconstruction by Vikki Howard. Image copyright the artist and used with permission, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

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Here Vikki shares a tile showing some variations, “as this pattern works well when flattening out the ‘heart tops’ creating a fan-like appearance.

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I was newly reminded that the tangle guide is a wonderfully affordable resource to have on hand while practicing the Zentangle Method™ so I thank you!

I was only reminded of all the wonderful patterns that are out there by downloading the guide.

While it is indeed a fantastic resource for all tanglers, CZT Angie Gamble also highly endorses the Guide for the CZT community:

What a valuable tool this is for CZT’s when teaching.”

It’s time to update your copy! Get the 2019 Edition with over 1,000 tangles PLUS all its handy features, it’s “a wonderfully affordable resource”.

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