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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Weekly challenge #304


Greetings Fellow Tanglers!



We have been having an unseasonably warm spell here in Minnesota! We have spent the last five days in the mid to high 50’s and it’s February! I have been enjoying every minute of it that I can. Never fear though, we have snow expected later this week.

The challenge at the diva this week is to use Waybop. I have been playing since last week with this, when HQ sent out the “hearty” Version it. Here is what I have come up with.



Another Valentangle using a watercolor stained tile, red and black pen, red and white charcoal to highlight/shade, and a Silver Gel pen.

 


My IAST #184 tile also using Waybop. Blue and gray watercolor stained tile, black and white pen, Graphite and white and blue charcoal.





And last but not least a Rennaisance tile using black, and brown pen, along with graphite, and brown and white charcoal.



I will be looking forward to continuing to play with this tangle, as it lends itself to lots of different interpretations and some wonderful layering.



Thanks for stopping by, and for the wonderful comments you leave.
They do make my day!
Have a great week and Tangle On!

26 comments:

  1. Beautiful tiles all of them but I am a big fan of using Renaissance tiles and therefore your third tile is my absolute favorite with these wonderful colors and a fantastic use of white, I love it!(and a very nice composition too)

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  2. Lady Kate, nice to see your art, as usual. These tiles you did are extravagantly explosive !! All those colors, very beautiful. You need to take these tiles to a gallery to have them displayed, they are so good. (Ok, Duane will stop drooling now.)

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  3. Hi Kate! Love your Diva waybop tiles. What a fun tangle it is...I can't wait to play with it some more. I sent you an email from the info you gave in my comments, but haven't seen anything back from you. My email is bunsofaluminum60 at Hotmail dot com if you want to send to me.

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  4. Hi Kate - the rest of the Minnesotans are down here in Lake Havasu, least most of em are. Your tiles are beautiful. I love the thematic (if that's the right word) color schemes. They sort of give each tile its own mood.

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    1. Thank you! I do wish that I could be with the rest of those Minnesotans, where it will stay warm! :)

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  5. All are gorgeous and so colourful! Especially I like the second one ... perhaps Blue is my favorite colour.
    Greetings, Annette

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  6. All are great but love Renaissance best.

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    1. Thank you! Renaissance tiles are always sort of a struggle for me, for some reason.

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  7. What a beautiful exploration of Waybop! That renaissance tile is my fave...that striping effect is so striking;-)

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  8. The Renaissance Tiles may be a struggle for you, but your tile turned out wonderful. I think these tiles really need both the brown and black micron pens to get what you're looking for. And you got it, that's for sure. My favorite too, although all 3 tiles are wonderful.

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  9. I love your wonderful "Waybop" tile with their nice colors
    Gudrun

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  10. Beautiful work. They look like something you would see using a kaleidoscope with all the dazzling colors!

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  11. Three gorgeous tiles, I can't choose a favourite, they are all amazing.

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  12. What a beautiful group of tiles. I have been playing with Renaissance tiles lately and I love the way you've used lights/darks. The design really pops:)

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  13. Amazingly beautiful Waybop! So detailed and intricate! Love all the Colours! My favourite is the blue Waybop!

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  14. Love your Waybop explorations. Very striking.

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  15. you had much fun with this. Love your artistic colorful waybob. Great.

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  16. Love your tiles with Way Bop! The one on rennaisance-tile is wonderful!

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  17. Amazing Waybop compositions! Love them all!

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