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SPITERIA




How to draw this pattern?













You know the basic  - Create your own Spiteria

* Sorry for the blurry of the images as i use my mobile phone to take picture



17 comments:

  1. beautiful pattern, wanphai! i tagged it so i can find it again. you do the best work!

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    1. Thank you Alice for liking the pattern.

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  3. Thank you Alice for liking the pattern called "SPITERIA" and thanks to you for visiting my blog.

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  4. I'm going to try this right now! I'm so excited!

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    1. All the best to you and i hope you enjoy the pattern.

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  5. Wanphani this is one of the patterns I have tried and tried and just can't master. I am going to give it another try...wish me luck!!! Great blog!!!

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    1. Cittie Myers

      Its very easy. You can have a look at my New Tangles i just uploaded new tangles and there you will see how i used SPITERIA in few drawings. It is not necessary to have eight staight lines. if you are facing difficulty in making them straight you can try eight curve lines too it serve the same.

      Thank you so much.

      Keep trying !!! and Best of Luck!!!

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    1. Thank you Helen for liking the pattern

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  7. This is a lovely pattern. Thank you for sharing it. I am trying to read your notations at each point of Spiteria, but have difficulty seeing. ("perfection" and "trust" are readable. Can you please tell me the other 4 notations?)

    Thank you.
    Tricia

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    1. just click on the photo to enlarge it

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    2. Tricia - Here are the notations:
      S-Stability
      P-Perfection
      I-Inspiration
      T-Trust
      E-Enthusiasm
      R-Regeneration
      I-Intuition
      A-Abundance

      Thanks for liking it

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  8. Your instructions were so clear and logical - now I can practice this pattern without having to use half my mind trying to remember how to form it! Thank you for that gift!
    I have been looking at your tangle gallery - it is so interesting to see how you use cultural icons in your work - zentangle surely is a gift that allows us to see patterns in our world and in our cultures. We can share them without judgement, just joy and pleasure in the vision we share through the inner peace Maria and Rick's process has given us all. Again, thank you!
    Jakki

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  9. Wow this is a great pattern. I saw in someones zendala drawing your spiteria, and I fel in love with it. So I searched the web and finaly found it here. Thank you for sharing it with us. It think I am going to use it as tangle on my christmascards.

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    1. Thank you. Hope you enjoy the pattern in your tangle.

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