Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Tangling Tuesday ... on Wednesday

The Diva's challenge this week was a doozey for beginners like us. Weekly Challenge #27 is a "Duo-Tangle". We're supposed to limit ourselves to only 2 patterns....dex and verdigogh....both completely new to us. But, hey!, we're brave! We gave it our best shot and after a couple of false starts ...






and for this one we wondered "what if" the fern pattern poked through the grid pattern ...




The funny thing is that even when we think the outcome is still a long way from some of the amazing Zentangles we've seen on other blogs, it's still a whole lot of fun.

15 comments:

  1. Loving these! The top one somehow reminds me of jewellery.

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  2. Hey, don't be hard on yourself! These are both very well done. :) The top one make me think of Christmas. And very well done on the layering of the second.

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  3. these are fab! Love what you did with this challenge!

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  4. I love the second zentangle with the effect of ferns through the window. This is not easy to do for me. Enjoy your achievements! (google traduction )

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  5. These both are fantastic, I love the first one for it's graphic quality and the fun way the verdigogh curls around the dex.

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  6. Love the way verdigogh goes through dex - nice!

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  7. Nice job, I love your strong graphic lines and contrast.

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  8. Both of them are great! Love the boldness of the 1st one.

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  9. I like the thick black lines on the first one.

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  10. They're both terrific, but the first is especially charming!

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  11. You are so good at using black and white areas!

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  12. And some of us look at these and think WOW how? so different and both wonderful XOXO Zoe

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  13. I love the crisp, cleaness of your Zentangles!

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  14. beautiful! Love the second one poking through the Dex!

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  15. They are both very dimensional and strong. Nice!

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