Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Diva Challenge #180

Loving the online challenges...I must miss being in school or something.  Assignments with deadlines are fun, especially when they don't involve grading scales and red mark-ups.

This was another one that I plowed through even though I didn't like it at first.  It turned out very heavy, but not terrible.  I wonder if I should plan for a heavy or a light touch, or just let it happen.  Maybe it's mood related!  :)


10 comments:

Anoeska said...

It's a great tile!

Didisch said...

I like it. Most intriging in your tile are te leaves or stems in the middle. The more I look at them the more is see that it could be black leaves on a white background or white leaves on a black background. Almost an Escher tesselation. white and black leaves together.

Antonine Koval said...

This is a beautiful tile. The strong black/white contrast and the simple shapes look great. It reminds me of cutout silhouettes.

Anne's tangle blog said...

I like the contrast that you created a lot. Very well done!

Kia said...

I like the way your MacDee swirls around

Maggibee said...

There are so many ways to look at this: the contrasting dark and light; the combination of shapes; the juxtaposition of patterns. It's a clever tile and I like it a lot.

So Smrt said...

Thanks, all. I appreciate the comments, and it seems you have a great community going. I hope I can stay motivated to keep with it, because it's good for me. :)

LonettA said...

Lovely tile with the MacDee swirl!

Anneke (Merry-Go-Round) said...

This is completely different from what I've seen till so far (all the former entries plus some more)and I love it! Sooo clever and nicely done!

Donald Wilka said...

You really got the contrast in this one. It looks great.

 
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