This Week’s Magnified Fragment is C4

Hi and welcome back to the Chrissie Murphy Designs Blog. From today onwards, I will be using the blog to announce this week’s Magnified Fragment as well as Instagram. Compared to Instagram, the blog makes it easier for me to provide you access to resources and tutorials that may help with each weeks fragment.

I’ll still be announcing them on Insta, but will offer a link in my bio to the blog post as well to help you. So let’s have a look at what we’ll be working on next.

C4 Fragment

This week’s Magnified Fragment is C4

This week’s Magnified Fragment is C4. Here’s a quick sketch of what the fragment looks like as a reference for you.

This week’s Magnified Fragment Enhancer is “Tangle Transitions”

This week’s Magnified Fragment Enhancer was suggested by Isabel Wallis. The Tangle Transitions Technique is where you transition one tangle in to another.

Magnified Fragment C4 using Tangle Transitions as an Enhancer

Some resources to help you with this week’s Magnified Fragment

Eni Oken offers a great class on Tangle Morphing. I have taken this class and highly recommend it for learning how to transition tangles.

Zentangle Project Pack 13 also focused heavily on Transitions. This is what Molly Hollibaugh CZT said about transitions in the introductory video for Project Pack 13.

We’re going to “think about transitions and tangles and compositions and play with the layers of our tiles and look at them as ways to have one tangle transition into another or morph into another instead of having isolated tangles on our paper.

Molly Hollibaugh, CZT

Here is a link to the Zentangle Project Pack videos on YouTube.

Don’t forget…

If you have any ideas for an enhancer, leave me a comment below and we’ll feature them in upcoming fragments.

And it’s never too late to join in, the more the merrier. Just tag your tile with #MagnifiedFragments and I’ll see it, share it and add it to our gallery.

Work in progress on my C4 Magnified Fragment using Tangle Transitions as an Enhancer

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Until next time, listen to your heart and sharpen your coloured pencils. A masterpiece awaits!

Bless you my friend

Chrissie xx

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