Thursday, November 13, 2014

Diva Challenge #193


This week's challenge was just perfect!  THX to all who have served using:

Trio (pattern by CZT, Hanny Waldburger)
Huggins (by Zentangle)
Xyp (by Zentangle)


When I first tried these three in my sketchbook, I was beyond frustrated, especially with Huggins.  I could NOT make it look weavy.  It looked all slapped together and sloppy.  Then, funny enough, I let go of the instructions, which is very not like me, and figured it out.  Another busy tile, but I'm okay with it.  This one, at least, does reflect the mood.  If I did the Trio pattern again, I would try for a little less heart-ness and a little more something-else-ness.



10 comments:

Kia said...

oh this is beautiful - so flowing, something I wish I could do. excellent work

Ilse said...

Pretty work!

1 Art Lady Kate, Tangles and More said...

Great tile and I love the movement you got with Huggins.

Donald Wilka said...

Nice job on this. Has a nice sense of movement. Looks like ribbons strewn across the Huggins.

Megan Hitchens said...

great tile. For some reason the Huggins makes me think of the bottom of a pool. Lovely

Anne's tangle blog said...

Very beautiful, I love the dark lines in this tile.

ChristineC said...

I love very much these contrasts and the drawing curves !

J L Johnson said...

Very pretty tile. On this one busy does not look busy. I think the use of the wide black lines helps to move the eye through the image.

Lynell Harlow / Dreamweaver Stencils said...

I admire your curved linework on trio...and huggins is very nicely done...hard to believe you had issues with that pattern...I think you've mastered it.

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