Enthusiastic Artist: PARADOX, and afterwards some

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Enthusiastic Artist: PARADOX, and then some

Here are Zentangle’s instructions for a mixed Paradox, from a February 2008 newsletter.
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Paradox is one of my favorite tangles and we seem to do it rather well. Perhaps those dual things are related! 🙂  I’ve been asked about it occasionally, how did we do this or that. we suspicion about doing a video though that’s only a bit some-more than we can take on right now. So we motionless to post some tips and ideas here, and wish to make them transparent enough.

The superb curves uncover best if a lines are tighten together. See a difference.
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Agh! But what if we incidentally leave too most space between some lines? Simple! Just supplement a line or dual between a ones that are too spacey, like this:
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Paradox works best in triangles or squares. It’s not bad in a pentagon though gets worse and worse as there are some-more and some-more sides. For one thing, a core deteriorates fast as we pierce in. Besides, sketch a sincerely unchanging figure with some-more than 4 sides, freehand, is utterly a challenge. Stick with squares and triangles.
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There are dual looks that can be achieved with Paradox. In my classes we call them “Fans” and “Twists”. Here they are:
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Paradox is radically a block or triangular spiral. These dual effects are performed depending on that instruction we send your spirals.

TWISTS: Regardless of either we turn clockwise or counter-clockwise, if we turn in a same direction in each territory you’ll finish adult with twists.

FANS: To get a fans we need to turn in a opposite direction from territory to section.

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If we cite to be reduction technical and some-more intuitive, we can demeanour during what’s function in a territory adjacent to a one we wish to work in, and note where a lines need to intersect and where they need to scrub out.

Munchin is a mixed that flows quite easily placed subsequent to Paradox. Others that could work good this approach are Tri-po, Facets, presumably Hibred (scroll down a link). we can also see possibilities for Tripoli (another of my favorite tangles) and Betweed.
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Paradox also creates a good limit design. Start with a quarrel of squares or triangles, afterwards confirm either we wish fans or twists.
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An engaging movement is to fill in each other stripe. Don’t do this going around a turn a approach we did a tangle. It’s too easy to get confused that way. Begin on one side and fill in to a center, afterwards pierce on to another side.
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The triangles or squares we use don’t all have to accommodate orderly during a corners. Interesting things occur when they’re placed randomly. You can also use a brew of triangles and squares.
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Sometimes when I’m doing Paradox regulating squares there’s an odd-shaped section, like a trapezoid. (What a good word!) I’ve found a few ways of traffic with this challenge.

One thing we can do is apart that finish bit and understanding with it on a own. This leaves a triangle and we can fill it in a series of ways:

1) fill a triangle with Paradox with a turn effect
2) fill a triangle with Paradox with a fan effect
3) fill a triangle Munchin character to extend a fan
4) fill a triangle Munchin character in a other direction

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Another choice is to fill a peculiar figure wholly with Paradox, adding an additional line or dual spasmodic as you’re arching around. You need to consider about a instruction of a turn in sequence for a additional lines to fill a correct space. The aim is to get a (temporarily) dull core area looking some-more like a unchanging square.
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Never contend never, right? While a classical Paradox is finished wholly with true lines – so a antithesis – it can also be finished regulating winding lines. It takes a small some-more concentration.

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THEN SOME #6:
If you’re feeling confident, here’s something to try: prejudiced Paradox! This requires devising what’s not there, though (of course) it doesn’t have to be accurate or perfect. Here we can see:

1st: a string
2nd: other tangles (Crescent Moon, Florez, Keenees, Prestwood, Tripo), with dual sections left blank. The plain immature line creates a good block in a territory where we wish to put Paradox. Normally I’d pull it in black. Then there’s a dotted immature line where we need to suppose a distant corner of a other Paradox square.
3rd: one and a half Paradoxes and a final territory filled with Gingham

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Paradox in a paradox. See a Paradox territory in a reduce left of a tile below? Going from a indicate in
the center, there’s a Paradox triangle, a Paradox
square, and a prejudiced Paradox. In a block territory we did Paradox until
about median in, then, we reversed direction! Cool!
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Here’s a pencil string, some records about what we did, and a Paradox result:

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There are some-more examples of Paradox in other Zentangle newsletters here (scroll down) and here (scroll down).

I was about to chuck out all a examples we did for this post when we thought, “Hmm. Let’s hang ’em all together and see what happens.” So here it is, a all-in-one (minus one) Paradox visible tutorial!

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August 2011: For another take on Paradox, using a two-sided shape (how cold is that!) see a Zentangle blog post for Aug 26.
June 2012: for a cold movement that we call feathered Paradox see my blog post of Jun 22, 2012

Article source: http://enthusiasticartist.blogspot.com/2011/08/paradox-and-then-some-tutorial.html

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