Here is my entry for this week's Every Inchie Monday - Renaissance.
True king of the Renaissance court
I have talked about my project in several of my prior blogs. Basically what I am doing is trying to get the tangles organized in a way suitable for me. At first I was going to try and alphabetize them, but that has proved to be a bit daunting for me. So I am going through the artists alphabetically and making my own book of tangles. I started by making a list of the people on TanglePatterns.
I then used index cards to list the artist, their site and their tangles.
|2 sample index cards|
|previous practice pages|
|Sample tangle pages|
I have also copied all my blogs I follow, and as I visit the sites, I write the person's name and other sites they may have in additional columns. I know I could have printed this list, however, my printer is currently out of ink and it will be awhile before I can buy some more.
I plan to color code my index file in the future and have bought some colored index cards for that.
This is a labor intensive project and a long blog. I enjoy making lists and writing things down. Also the whole project gives me an opportunity to practice my drawing and see some beautiful artwork.
I am up to the letter H in my file box, so I have completed 7 out of 26 letters. This is actually going faster than I anticipated. I am hoping sometime in the near future to purchase Genevieve Crabe's Weekly Roundup e-book to see which tangles I have missed.
Thank you for enduring this overly long post, I usually try not to be this wordy.