Hey Everyone. I am going to show you Paradox Variation that you can use in your designs.
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Step 1: Make the Outline
well in this step We will just prepare the structure within which we will be making our Paradox Zentangle Design.
we will make 2 figures, making 2 pentagonal shapes having 6 triangles in each figure.
Step 2: Figure 1
Well in variation one. We will pick one triangle in figure one.
Will draw the Anti clock wise pattern.
Please refer the video for better clarity.
Step 3: This Is How It Looks.
So once we will cover the triangle one in figure one.
This is how it looks once it will be done.
Refer The video
Step 4: Go On
Simply pick all the triangles and fill it with anti clock wise lines as shown in the pictures and video
Step 5: Variation One Is DONE!!!!!!!!!!
Well after filling all the triangles in figure one with Anti Clock Wise pattern.
This is how variation one looks like.
We will pick the other Variation now in the next figure.
Step 6: Variation 2 Now
Well after completing the figure one, now we will pick another variation
In this Figure also we have 6 triangles
But in this figure first triangle we will do it with first with Clock wise lines.
Please refer the video
Step 7: Go On
Well the difference in variation 2 after completing first triangle with Clock wise Pattern
But in 2nd triangle we will do it with Anti clock wise pattern.
Step 8: Do It Alternatively
Variation 2 there is one difference.
Like in Triangle 1- Clock wise
Triangle 2- Anti Clock wise
Triangle 3- Clock wise
Triangle 4- Anti Clock wise
Triangle 5- Clock wise
Triangle 6- Anti Clock wise
Step 9: Both of the Variations Are DONE!!!!!
After completing the variation as described in the previous step.
This is how it looks after completing both the variations.