2016 Olympics theme using "Drogon"
plus my own selected "Mac 'n Cheese" patterns:
Sandswirl, Barber pole, Crescent Moon, Pokeleaf and Opus
Adele's Olympic theme is represented by a "16" string. The featured pattern is Lily Moon's latest, "Drogon" and then we're free to use our "Gold Medal" (faves) patterns.
I'm very excited because I just got a new cell phone with a really nice camera, well... nicer than my old junkster idiotphone cam. So now I don't have to detour to the library to use the scanner. Yippee!
I used a pre-washed watercolor tile and a red (maroon) Gelly Roll pen for the line work. Drogon is such a simple pattern to lay out and the shading and highlight really give it so much dimension. This tile was a pleasure to complete using so many of my faves. I could draw Sandswirl forever. I love "Opus" because I can fill it with "Tipple".
My finish to Kim Aart's lovely beginnings...
...traveling all the way from the Netherands
My finish to Anita Westin's lovely start...
...traveling from Sweden
This was my finish to the companion piece Deb Huff sent...
...traveling north from Southern California
These are some ATC's I sent out using watercolor and salt for the background. This was one of the themed group swaps where we were to use the pattern "Singapore Sling":
This one traveled to Debra Huff in Southern California...
...and here's Deb's amazing finish!
This traveled to Anita Westin in Sweden...
...and she finished it off fabulously!
If you've not yet checked it out, the Travelling Tangles Project on Facebook is super fun!
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