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Thanks dmac - Diane from NJ - Good of you to drop by, and thanks for your kind comments.Thanks Like92115 - I notice you do a lot of my puzzles. It's nice to 'see' you again, and thank you for your kind comments.
Thanks for sharing all the beautiful designs. I enjoy your puzzles :-)
Thank you- love your puzzles.DIANE FROM N.J.
You are welcome, Shirley. Just take your time, peruse and enjoy! I hope your trip was successful.
Oh Thank you, so much for posting these Niccolino, it's beautiful, as all the others are, to think it's been around for so long and I've only just found it, I've been away for a while so I'm way behind, I will have a look at all your lovely posts over time, Thanks again Niccolino.
Ah! I think I probably engage with the perfectionist in me when I do these, roerick3! I know what you mean, and I do sometimes make 'mistakes' (make up my own rules!) But I just try to do the best I can when I make a mistake - regard it as a challenge to try and disguise it in some way or add a bit in. With this one (and another one I posted with it), it was in a book of zentangles where they give you the big main outlines, and you just develop it from there and keep it growing, so there was something there for me to start with, instead of my starting right from scratch. Thanks for dropping by. I'm glad you enjoyed the puzzle.
I've really enjoyed seeing all of your zentangle designs but am still trying to figure out how something like this is relaxing. I would go absolutely crazy trying to make sure everything was equal and level and straight. And I would be stopping a lot and critiquing my work and throwing them out and starting over. As if you can't tell, I'm really anal and very black and white---no pun intended.