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Tangle Step-out for PRFCTN, an Original Tangle by Cindy Rae Fancher, CZT®

Updated: Aug 15

On day 108 of the Finding Your Creative Bones® devotional, with the help of the Holy Spirit, I drew the tangle PRFCTN while thinking about how no matter how hard I try, it is impossible to be perfect. I then began to think about whether God expected me to be perfect. What is his definition of perfection? I ultimately decided that God knew what my perfect was, and as long as he knew I was trying to reach that level, I was perfect. This comforted me, yet it did not cause me to think I didn't need to do my best. I can live with that.

My tangles represent a thought, but this tangle fits into the non-representational category.

Tangle Step-out for PRFCTN

I hope you enjoy following the Tangle Step-out for PRFCTN to create your version of PRFCTN.

PRFCTN Tangle Step-out Original and Drawn by Texas Artist and Author Cindy Rae Fancher, CZT®

I tangled PRFCTN on a watercolor background on Day 98 of the FYCB Blog and the book. I love the simplicity of a single tangle on a Golden QoR watercolor background using a Micron 01 fine liner. The step-out also uses a red Micron 01 fine liner.

The Zentangle® Method reminds us there are no mistakes. Only opportunities!!! You can also see that there are many ways to Tangle PRFCTN. Have fun playing with your versions!

Cindy Rae Fancher, CZT® Original Tangle PRFCTN Drawn on Lilac Purple QoR Watercolor Background with Black Micron by Texas Artist and Author Cindy Rae Fancher, CZT®


an original tangle by Cindy Rae Fancher, CZT®

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