Zentangle Pattern by Trish Walters / littlebrownwren. "Making the horizontal distance between the dots wider or narrower will give you different effects. After you practice a few, you won't need to use the dots anymore".
Huguette Despault May illustrates highly detailed renderings of knotted and twisted ropes. She was inspired by old pieces of Korean War era ropes, titling the series: “Hawser Series”. This one's title is: Core Strength
A rope has tactile texture because you can physically touch the grooves between the twisted strands. Although, a picture of a rope only has visual texture. (unless you are physically holding a print of the picture of rope)