Wednesday 5 August 2015


 Modern digital cameras are amazing. Just think, without digital photography this worldwide Zentangle community would probably never have got together. It is marvellous to be able to put so many photographs on our blogs. In the past we would never have a) taken so many photos b) certainly not of drawings that we do every day c) been able to upload them from the camera or phone so simply. The sheer cost of having your film developed prevented that. I know computers were not common back then so it wouldn't have happened anyway, but even if they had been around without digital photography we would never have met each other, made virtual friends and be able to share in small parts of each other's lives.

I had a lot of fun with the BEZ challenge turning it into those falling tiles. The paper was 6" x 9" the tiles are drawn at normal size and bijou size. I used blooming butter, eddies, exis, zinger, zailz, B'twined, Bridgen, and wound Eez around the tiles. The photo is not so good, I had to turn it into a black and white photo. I hope you can see it. (Typical, just when I have been blogging about how good digital cameras are!)


  1. I love the idea of you to let tiles fall down. The result is beautiful.

  2. Detailed and dynamic come to mind! Very nicely done!

  3. That is so cool! I really love how you've done that.

    Thanks for joining our challenge!

  4. I love this new format you are using with the falling tiles, YT!! It is so cool!! I personally don't have a phone so I use a scanner - it works but is more effort - but it comes out pretty great usually. Lovely tile and great discussion of how wonderful the internet is in bringing us together!! :) :) Thank you for joining in!!

    ~ Diane Clancy