I had a tough time with Cornerz, finding it not easy to get nicely rounded, even corners and the shapes I came up with weren't pleasing. There was something uneven about it that I couldn't seem to correct and I wasn't having fun.
BUT...once I put a grid on a full sheet of sketchbook paper and started playing with it, I did start having fun. The best was making a series of en pointe squares (diamonds?) with even spaces between them, then I aura'ed the cornerz before filling with radiating lines.
I "hooked" each line "around" the aura'ed curves and just loved it!
So I decided to do a set of watermelon slices, and fiddled around with more variations.
On that one, I made radiating lines on the outside of the curves, not from the corner out to the curve. Interesting I suppose, but not my favorite.
|The ribbons stream out from where the cornerz curves meet the edges|
In the end, I did have fun with Cornerz. Seems you can play with it very nicely.