Creative Pattern Tangling Journey – Part 2

Creative Pattern Tangling
Welcome to the second post in a series of the Creative Pattern Tangling Journey.

Everyone’s brain is different. Personal circumstances have placed emphasis on some part of your brain. In some people, the right hemisphere of the brain is more developed than in others. And that is why for some tanglers following the CPT journey comes easy and for others, it is more difficult. The more you apply CPT, the more your creative side will grow.

I don’t want to bore you with another Grid Journey, which started when I began analyzing patterns back January 2016 on my personal blog before pattern-collections even existed.

Today we will explore shapes and how we can create our own patterns by using more techniques. The list of shapes used will probably grow even more as CPT develops.

Shapes used in CPT

Aura

Auras are created by adding parallel lines to any shape. It is a technique we use extensively in CPT.

Aura

We differentiate between outer aura (a parallel line drawn outside the shape) or an inner aura (a parallel line drawn inside a shape). To add a new twist, also try drawing irregular auras by relocating the center.


 

Feathering

Feathering can be added to any shape.

Feathering

 

Practice adding feathering to these other shapes:

Other shapes

Feathering can also be applied by varying the shape!

S shape feather

Begin feathering with straight lines, brackets, or even loops.

Feathering

Combining feathering with auras – my head starts spinning just thinking of all the possibilities! If you are new to tangling, stop here and come back to this option later!

Feathering and aura combined

Your paper or journal should be full of great patterns that you created all by yourself! Let’s get started tangling a template 🙂

Draw the Lighthouse Template in your journal or cardstock. Feel free to modify the design in any way you like.

Then apply patterns the various sections.

CPT Template Lighthouse CPT Template Lighthouse

And with this, I would like to conclude the second session. The Journey will continue next weekend!

Until then, tangle on and have fun!

Hugs,
Ina

 

4 thoughts on “Creative Pattern Tangling Journey – Part 2

  • June 3, 2018 at 11:38 am
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    Thank You once again for your Help and Images they are helping me gratly

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  • June 3, 2018 at 2:55 pm
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    Thank you for your hard work, as it is also helping me with my depression and chronic pain. You all are doing a wonderful job. Keep up the blessings.

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  • June 3, 2018 at 11:50 pm
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    Thank you Ina. This is so much fun!
    I love that you have done the research (for us) and are helping us understand how it applies to everyone,

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