A pleasant afternoon learning some new zentangle techniques--using toned paper, intense shading, brown pens and highliters. I've never taken a zentangle class before--all my learning has been out of a couple books, so it was interesting to have a teacher. We were given verbal instructions as she worked on her sample, which we could see via an overhead projector. Her demo is in the bottom right corner and the other pieces are the student interpretations. It's fun to see how each person combined the ideas. Of course I want to do more, even though I'm a little squinty after three hours of concentrating.
Since you asked, my piece is in the middle, on the left.