"Circles create soothing space, where even reticent people can realize that their voice is welcome." Margaret J. Wheatley
Time for another Zendala. And more pastel pencils. I used Genevieve Crabe's mandala stencil to create the template for this Zendala. Here you can see what it looked like to start. I marked all the dots and then formed the design totally freeform - no ruler or compass or anything else but my pencil.
Here's what it looked like after tangling. When I tangle something like this I go in no specific order. Basically I stare at the template and look through my rings of patterns until something hits me. It might be the very center first, or maybe the middle or outside edge.
Then I pulled out my pastel pencils, having a red and orange color theme in mind. I hope you're not getting too tired of seeing my work with these pencils, because I'm not getting tired of using them!
I find it interesting that depending on how my eyes focus on this, sometimes I see the black and white Knightsbridge pop out with the orange Emingle forming a circle behind it, and sometimes the Emingle jumps to the front with the Knightsbridge behind. Oh, the tricks our eyes can play on us!