Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Diva Challenge #244/#243, Made by Joey #87, String Challenge #119

Tripoli Triptastic

Hmmmmm....Tripoli. This could have gone so many ways...for me it's usually off-the-rails. This is one of those patterns that works better in the hands of others. I started off slooooowwwly, really concentrating on the space between the lines and it was going okay until I started shading. I don't hate it but don't love it either.
Diva Challenge #243
A Tiny Taste #1

A Tiny Taste #2

This is a little catch-up from last week. The challenge was to leave more blank space than filled. This got me thinking about creating a series of labels. I'm going to try this again in just black and white.


Xplode monotangle

The black card was an ATC I made awhile back whilst practicing the application of black gesso onto white watercolor paper. Xplode seemed to demand a trip to the dark side.



String # 11
using Adele's pattern "100", "Bublz" and "Ripples"

For this week's "It's a String Thing" Challenge, Adele's prompt is inspired by the 100th anniversary of Coca Cola, hence the bottle shaped string and the chosen tangles.


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12 comments:

  1. Love all of these. Gotta try the gesso technique.

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  2. wow, gorgeous.... the colors are beautiful

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  3. Beautiful work. I love the richness that you get with your backgrounds and the tangles on top. So lovely.

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  4. You are so good with colour, I love all your tiles this week.

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  5. Love your use of colour and your particular style. I know when I like something when it jumps out at me from among the blogs I flick through - and yours did. Well done!

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  6. Wow and more WOW. I see so much beautiful art, can absolutely not pick a favorite.

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  7. Wow! I love the sunset/sunrise colours on the first three tiles! Your tangles are just for accenting the beautiful background, and give a focus, but also leave open space. Beautifully done! And I love your last tile - again the colour is so beautiful!

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  8. Wonderful work this week! I like your unique way of using colours! Especially I like the last tile with its fine combiantion od colours!

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  9. I love the highlighted orbs on your Tripoli. I don't see any problem with the shading! I drooled when I saw your IAST. The colors and overlapping bubbles are amazing!

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  10. These are great, Tripoli is wonderful in YOUR hands. Love the rustic background for your first 3. They have the look of aged metal or copper.

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