I have not tried Sankegg before. I really like the look of it, but I'm not sure that I have it down very well yet. See I have this thing with evenness, in that I get a little twitchy if things aren't even. But, in the spirit of Zentangle, I just went with the pattern and let go of my twitches. After just doing a quick pencil try on a scrap paper, I jumped in with both feet. I had to refer to the step out often, I kept getting confused, but I think I got it down.
I knew that I wanted to put Sankegg in several places in the tile. Nothing like a use my tangle challenge to play with variation. After making my string, I started in the center and went with Sankegg as in the step out. I ended up adding Tipple around the Sankegg in the upper left side mostly to cover my mistakes. I somehow ended up with too many lines but through in a few circles, and BOOM, no more extra lines. For the lower right side, I decided I wanted to try varying the triangles. I stopped short of shading Sankegg as I just wasn't sure where to start. I'll work on shading it next time.
Have a great week everyone! Thanks for stopping by.
PS: I got a new scanner, an Epson Perfection V33. The above image was scanned using the scanner. Isn't it lovely? It's scanned in at 600 dpi and no touch up was made. A very sweet and affordable scanner if you're looking for one.