I'm quite fascinated by this concept introduced in the Zentangle Primer v.1. I don't own the book so I'm only just figuring this out. Basically, Reticula refers to the grid. It can be any type of grid. Reticula is the network or net-like structure that contain the fragment.
Slush pile tile reborn
I started this for a String Thing challenge last month and then abandoned it. It was a good place to play.
My cafe set up
The flip side
I chose a fragment that would work within some of the smaller wonky bits without getting cramped and ugly and went to work. This wasn't really meant to be the finished entry, but I really like how it came out and time is running short as the holiday weekend is upon us. I definitely want to explore this concept more.
Finish My Tile Series: JuJu Beedze
Joey started off this challenge with a little bit of JuJu Beedze in the center of the tile. I'm currently in ZenGem mode preparing for the next Travelling Tangles group swap and also for some Christmas gift ideas I hope to share later. I like how this tile turned out. I'm going to laminate it and stick a magnet on it.
Here are a couple of Travelling Tangles I finished over the weekend:
Isla, (on the top). I didn't realize it was an actual pattern at the time because I'd never seen it before. This morning it showed up on my Pinterest feed and I had to use it immediately. I love it.
This was the second tile from Lin. I think she spilled wine on the tile. The lighting wasn't so great on this pic and the color from the stain doesn't show, but again, I used the stain as a string.
Lin's spill starter
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