Tangle of the week: Puf

I have just discovered Puf and I have to share. It’s magic!

Look, you start with squares and add in some stars

And some spirals

Now comes the magic part, draw crosses through each square and…

suddenly it’s puffy flowers!! How brilliant is that?

This Tangle really reminded me of the magic of Zentangle; you just make simple pen strokes, over and over, and somehow it transforms into these magical things you didn’t even realise you were drawing.

I am keeping this one in my repertoire, for sure.

So what do you think of Puf? Do you think it’s clever or am I just easily pleased? Let me know in comments!

Hannah

xXx

8 thoughts on “Tangle of the week: Puf”

  1. The first photo I could see cushions.

    The second photo – I could see those mirrored plastic ‘bricks’ that were highly fashionable in the 70’s.

    The last photo – I was totally convinced that you’d drawn something totally different than you’d shown in the last two photos. It took me looking and comparing four times before I could finally see the original start point, and how it had become that ‘flower’ pattern. Phew! It looks like lots of hard work, and yet … I eventually saw that those weren’t individual boxes inside each ‘cushion’ – but one continual line!!!

    Wow … clever, eye boggling, design which grew on me as I understood it more.
    Well done you clever thing. ~ Cobs. xxx

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    1. Isn’t it magic! I didn’t believe it either when I saw the instructions, I just had to try it and see for myself. I may have squealed when it transformed under my pen ๐Ÿ˜‰
      The only hard work was the spirals, and that was just because my sense of symmetry wanted them all to be identical, aside from that it’s surprisingly quick!

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