One of the good things about making blog posts is that you can see how you develop as time goes by - at least when it comes to artwork you can - sometimes it will take months, sometimes a matter of weeks or even days. As I wrote about the possibility of preferring the creamy colour of watercolour paper to the white of the W H Smith 220gsm White Card when used with the black pen I had no idea it would actually occur within a fortnight. Since that is where I find myself now I've made some 3½ inch square tiles from the Winsor & Newton Cotman Watercolour Paper 190gsm Cold Pressed/NOT Grain Fin rounding the corners with a Woodware corner rounder punch (the traditional Zentangle Tiles have rounded corners) as I find this adds to the finish.
|tangles: Cadent, Frond, Twilight Zone|
My three background tangles are all Cadent with slight variations & the strings within the triangular shape became part of the Twilight Zone tangle.