Some of the behind-the-scenes work I do here at Tangle List involves updating old content. What tends to happen is that I’ll stumble across an amazing new link that’s perfect for content I’ve published long ago, and so I’ll quietly edit it in without much fanfare. In this blog series called “Tangle List Update,” I post a compilation of all the links I’ve quietly added over to Tangle List over the last few weeks.
On that note, if you ever come across a link that you think would fit in well here, then please post it in the comments. It’s easy to miss great links in the ocean of content that is the internet, and I’m grateful to all who help me find these wonderful links to share.
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Added the following links to List of Official Zentangle Patterns with Step-Outs & Youtube Tutorials:
New Tangle Step-Out:
Updated Youtube Tutorial Links with the following videos:
- Aquafleur Youtube Tutorial
- Bales Youtube Tutorial
- Crescent Moon Youtube Tutorial
- Cubine Youtube Tutorial
- Dex Youtube Tutorial
- Eye-Wa Youtube Tutorial
- Molygon Youtube Tutorial
- Mooka Youtube Tutorial
- ‘Nzeppel Youtube Tutorial
- Pokeroot Youtube Tutorial
- Purk Youtube Tutorial
- Rumpus Youtube Tutorial
- Sedgling Youtube Tutorial
- SeZ Youtube Tutorial
- Toodles Youtube Tutorial
- Tripoli Youtube Tutorial
- Waybop Youtube Tutorial
- Zenith Youtube Tutorial
Added the following Tangle variations:
- Articulated Molygon Variation (Youtube Video)
- Crazy Huggins Tutorial (Youtube Video)
- Crescent Moon Variation (Youtube Video)
- Cross-Braided Keeko Variation
- Reverse Pepper Variation (Youtube Video)
- Well Variation (Youtube Video)
- Ynix Variation (Spangle)
Added the following links to Zentangle Strings – Free Strings & Advice for Drawing Your Own:
- “Tornado” String (Printable Template)
- Added the following string idea: “Use a literal string. Attach a string to a weight and let the string randomly fall on your tile. See Diva Challenge #29 for pictures and instructions.”
Added the following links to Enhance Your Tangles with these Free Zentangle Tutorials & Youtube Videos:
- Complete List of Official Zentangle Fragments — Square, Circle, & Triangle Fragments
- Spiralations — Adapt your tangles to a spiral string for interesting results.
Miscellaneous Links — Here are a few good links I’ve found recently that I’ve thoroughly enjoyed and wanted to share with Tangle List readers.
Dingsplatz (Youtube Video) — Here’s a new way of drawing Dingbatz that was recently introduced by Zentangle® Official. For subscribers to the Zentangle Mosaic app, there’s a new Kitchen Tables Tangles video about Dingsplatz. For those without access to the app, here’s Melinda Barlow CZT’s version.
Kitchen Table Tangles Youtube Playlist — A Youtube playlist of all the unlisted Kitchen Table Tangles videos available for free on the official Zentangle Youtube channel.
Tangle Dream Youtube Channel — A new Youtube channel with lots of nice Zentangle video tutorials. I added several of Tangle Dream’s videos to the List of Official Zentangle Patterns in this update, but they have a lot more videos for unofficial tangles to check out as well.
The Leftovers Project — Encouragement to save your unfinished “problem” tiles and try again at a later date. (On a personal note, there have been several times where I put an unfinished tile away for several weeks because I was unhappy with where it was going. When I returned later with a fresh eye, the tile didn’t look nearly as hopeless as I originally thought. Save your tiles!)
Ceremonial Ground at KulKuta — This is the painting that the official tangle SeZ is based on.