Charming and unique as usual. You do such beautiful work, Helen!
GORGEOUS!!!!I love how you always are able to interpret the challenges & the tangles themselves in a completely original way. You are just awesome. & Thanks for that!
Gorgeous dancing diva feather - you are so incredibly creative!! Axxx
I always get excited when I see a posting from you because you always have something great to show us and you've done it again. Well done Helen.
Ooooooo very vice!
I wish I could draw like you. You're so gifted.
I would know your zentangle without your name, your style is uniquely your own, and I love it!
Amen to that. Helen's work is definitely unique; she's one of a kind. As Beewatch said, I wish I could draw like Helen. Or more to the point, I wish I was as creative as she is.
Beautifully done! I always so enjoy seeing your work, and how you solve the challenges.
Oooooooh! So beautiful and creative! Love it!!!
Just one word.......AMAZING
Your work always leaves me with my mouth open trying to figure out how you can turn everything into such beautiful, curvy, delicate work. When I grow up, I want to be just like you!
Once again...you have amazing talent to interpret...beautiful, graceful and wonderful to the eye!
Wow! You always have your own special take on the challenge. What a joy and thank you for sharing
As always, beautiful and very creative how you combined both tangles into a feather.
Love, love, love this!!!
Now that's dancing with style!
Super beau , love love ...
Beautiful. You really demonstrate how far one can go with these tangles - how you can produce something so entirely different. I looked and for a moment or two couldn't see the two chosen tangles and then I started to notice them, and then I went 'wow'!
So wonderful feather! Absolutely STUNNING!!
This is amazing!
I beautiful design, flowing and curling. I love it. Helen, do you draw your zentangles using the four corner dots, laying out your string and filling it out with the chosen tangles? Because I can see clearly with other artists through delineation of their strings but with yours, it is hard to see. Thanks for sharing.
Hi Ginimae. Thank you! I don't use the zentangle method of tile/corner dots/pencil string. I take inspiration from the many tangle patterns and find ways of including them in my drawings - mostly in A4 art journals - I love seeing what I can make them do - I'm never quite know where they're going to take me :)
As always amazing! I love the curl on the ends! Thanks so muck
Stunning. One of the things I look forward to in your work is how you swirl and shade things to make things look so alive. Like how you made the rounding part of the Diva Dance. It pulls everything together. Amazes me how you can envision such things and then put them on paper.
Thank you everyone for the lovely, generous comments :) hx
Thanks so much for replying, Helen. Now it makes sense to me how yours pretty much stand out so uniquely even when using the same or similar tangle patterns as other artists. I love your beautiful style, so delicate and flowing. Thanks for sharing it with us and being an inspiration.
Beautiful. I just love everything you create! I am also truly enjoying your ebook!! Much practice still needed however….
I love hearing from you :)