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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Challenge #141


Ok, here is the first try. I am not happy, with this tile, but the shading did help. I found these two, not the easiest of tangle partners. Some twosomes work together well, and for me this one didn’t.  It’s not that I don’t like both the tangles themselves, but I found it difficult to use them in a DouTangle. I may have to work a bit more to see if I can get these two to play together nicely. Make sure and stop by i am the diva and check how others solved this challenge. My thanks to all who stop by to check out my work, and leave comments. It's so lovely to have you here.

 

17 comments:

  1. Wow, great shading on this one. Like your quandry background connected by little clouds and stones putting in them. Great.

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  2. I think your tile looks great!

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  3. Beautiful tile! I like this Quandry background!

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  4. I really like this one! The extra heavy line on the Fengle really gives it dimension!

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  5. Love the tangle within a tangle idea and the shading! NancyD

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  6. I, too, really like this one! Beautiful shading. Something I definitely need to practice on. Well done for sure!

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  7. Your tile is very inspiring! You did a fabulous job!!! Your shading is amazing!!! :0) Peace be Yours

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  8. I love this tile, i'm still learning shading but what you did with the black line adds another dimension.

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  9. I really like the background, too. A transparent Fengle is very cool. Diana Hirsch, CZT6

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  10. Superb job on this. The way you did Quandry gives it a floral look. Like the shading in the Fengle which adds a great depth.

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  11. I'm with you, feeling the challenge of this mix. That said, I think this was a fabulous collaboration of the two!

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  12. Brilliant take on the challenge.

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  13. What a great variation on Quandry

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  14. This is a beautiful tile! I really love your shading and the way you've drawn those connections in the Quandry centers.

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