Back at ZenAgain in late 2016, several new patterns were introduced. One of them was “Noom” – in honor of the Super Moon taking place at that time. (Hence … moon spelled backwards!) The step-outs have just been made public so the Diva challenged us to use Noom in our work this week.
Also introduced at ZenAgain were Zentangle Diptychs* (definition below). I’m not sure if I conquered this technique quite yet, but this tile was fun to make no matter. Check out the Diva’s site for other interpretations of Noom.
*Definition of diptych (from Merriam-Webster)
1: a 2-leaved hinged tablet folding together to protect writing on its waxed surfaces
2: a picture or series of pictures (as an altarpiece) painted or carved on two hinged tablets
3: a work made up of two matching parts