Strircle Zentangle® Pattern

  • By: Elizabeth Farmer
  • Date: April 19, 2020
  • Time to read: 2 min.

One of the first Zentangle patterns to catch my eye was the strircle. It’s surprisingly easy to do.

You just have to make sure that you block in the solid color on the right side of the circle, for the best effect.

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The strircle pattern was created Molly Hollibaugh, CZT (Certified Zentangle Teacher)

Strircle Variation

I love this bold tangle that includes the strircle pattern, alongside other tangles. Very effective.

Tangle Using Just the Strircle Pattern

Instead of filling in the dark areas this artist has used a pattern instead, very effective. I love the use of shading to give an amazing 3D effect.

White on Black Strircle

This strircle pattern has been done using a white jelly roll pen on black paper. Very simple yet very effective.

Strircle and Unicorn Tutorial

Here is one of my favorite tangler showing us how to draw a tangle using the strircle and unicorn pattern. Nice and easy for beginners.

Strircle Pattern Used in a Greetings Card

In this greetings card art tutorial we see the strircle pattern used with other patterns. Very effective!

Strircle and Zinger Artwork Attempt

Here is my own tangle that includes both strircles and zinger tangle patterns. I copied this from a book “The Great Zentangle Book” page 17.

I enjoyed doing this and found it surprisingly easy to do.

zinger and strircles combination easy tangle art design

Tangle Pattern Poke Leaf and Strircle

This is a piece of artwork I’ve been working on, it is based on an artwork in the book “The Beauty of Zentangle” although I’ve changed some of the patterns.

I feel looking at it that I need to add more shading. So I’ll carry on working on it and report back.

zentangle art strircles and poke leaf

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