Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Unbatz

Unbatz is a tangle pattern from Sandy Hunter CZT. It's a fun tangle that has lots of options for tangleations.  As I played with it I found several tangleations I wanted to use. I ended up deciding to use it in a zendala in the round.

I am appreciating all the comments so far! Since several have asked how I got this even, the trick is that I started this on the innermost circle. I did the curved lines that alternate up and down and then connected them. As I did each circle around the central one I started each one by enlarging the curved lines. The shorter, straight, connector lines kind of fell wherever they needed to be.

17 comments:

  1. Great idea to use Unbatz for a zendala! The result is very special and so beautiful :-)

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  2. I am always so impressed at how you can get these tangles to go in complete and perfect circles! Lovely! Axxx

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  3. Oh dear. I had enough trouble getting my Unbatzes to work in a square. I'm very impressed by your use of it in a zendala. Good job!

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  4. Hmm. I just tried to leave a comment and got a 503 error. So, I'll try again. I'm impressed at your use of Unbatz in a zendala. I had enough trouble keeping it unconfused in a square. Good job.

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  5. This is beautiful! I love the hint of lavender.

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  6. Well done you! I played around with putting it in a zendala and my strokes kept bumping into each other. Too many sharp corners! Yours makes me happy. :)

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  7. Great how you made Unbatz go around!

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  8. Awesome job with unbatz in the round. Very clever. I tried that & couldn't make it work for me.

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  9. Wonderful! Great your circular Unbatz!

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  10. This is fabulous- such a creative use!

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  11. Nice work in the round. Like how you decreased the size towards the center.

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  12. Very skillfully rendered zendala using unbatz. Wow!

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  13. Wonderful unbatz in the round. I love your zendala with just a hint of lilac for Spring. Very nice!

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  14. gorgeously simple, stunning shading, crisp, clean and perfect. Well done xx

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