Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Diva Challenge #260, Made by Joey #105 and a few more swap tiles

Diva Challenge #260-Shattuck Monotangle
on a watercolor ATC using Rapidograph pens, 
Prismacolor marker & Prismacolor pencils
white gel pen
The challenge is to use only one pattern-Shattuck, using as many variations of that pattern as you want. I may have cheated a little by adding sort of Mooka-ish channels to the design, but that's how I roll.

Roman Numeral String Series: V
patterns: Pais, Coil and Puf
on a watercolor ATC using Rapidograph and Micron pens
Prismacolor marker, Prismacolor pencils
and white gel pen

Joey gave us a "High Five" string using Roman numeral V and a couple of interesting patterns to factor into it. "Coil" is a new one for me though I was tinkering around with it for a minute last week for the Tuesday Tangles feature at one of the Facebook groups I belong to: Tangled and Journaled: Too. The purpose is to learn one new pattern a day prompted by a list of 7 patterns posted every Tuesday. I start it in my dot grid sketchbook, then I'll do a Bijou sampler of each pattern in my multi-media sketchbook and then cut each one out and put it in my pattern reference binder. Anyhoo, I spent a great deal of time this morning trying to figure out how to get "Coil" around a corner.

 
Yesterday's Tuesday Tangles

These following tiles are for a swap for the same group. I posted the first tiles in a previous post, these are the next 3. I made "Renaissance" tiles with looping strings, using many (but not exclusively) Tuesday Tangles.
"Loopy 4"
Fed R
Beadlines
Raindotty
Caviar
Florz
Inapod
Crescent Moon
Tipple
 "Loopy 5"
Yang
Black Pearls
Beadlines
Crescent Moon
Tipple
Bubblz
"Loopy 6"
Tipple
Kiss
Beadlines
Fed R
Raindotty
Striping


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18 comments:

  1. I love your tile for Joey's Challenge!

    And the Loopy tiles all seem to sparkle. Lovely work.

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  2. I love all your tiles with the beautiful colored paper!

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  3. I do like the colours in your tiles, all of them are nice and special

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  4. Great work all of them :-) I love your background colours of your tiles and the sparkling of your patterns.

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  5. Nice work Michele I'm loving the loopy series' ๐Ÿ˜Š

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    1. I'm not calling the monotangle police on you. Shattuck has to have ribs and who's to say the ribs can't be Mooka-ish. Your Renaissance tiles ate gorgeous.

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    2. I'm not calling the monotangle police on you. Shattuck has to have ribs and who's to say the ribs can't be Mooka-ish. Your Renaissance tiles ate gorgeous.

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  6. Your loopy series is great! I like the Mooka dividers for your Shattuck in the diva challenge! Beautiful rich color and sparkle on them all!

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  7. Wow, I love all your tiles. One prettier than the other!

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  8. all of these tiles are so beautiful. The rich colors, the combination of browns and blues, your highlights...just lovely. and I love the Tuesday Tangles idea. Great way to learn new patterns. BTW< that shattuck is PERFECT with mooka ribs...yummy!

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  9. WOW!!!! Each tile is awesome! So creative! I LOVE them

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  10. I love the pearls bouncing out of your Pais. Such a lot of work with all your tiles and well done with chord.

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  11. I'm loving your color combinations. And the variations you did with Coil really are dynamite!

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  12. You are so organized and disciplined! Thanks for sharing your sketchbook. I love, as always, all your tiles. This week, I'm particularly taken with the drop shadows. Everything is so light and weightless, just floating effortlessly above the tiles.

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  13. All are beautiful! I love your way of colouring!

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  14. What can I say? All of them are beautiful. Like your coil and "loopy" tiles very much.

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  15. Beautiful tiles. I love your "loopy" series. Lovely.

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