Wednesday, March 26, 2014

More on Challenge #160

I just couldn’t stop playing with the spirals this week so here is another one using spiraling Rixty! See how everyone else is solving the challenge over at i am the diva.

I have also had a few requests for some close ups of the ATC deck so here they are for those of you who wanted to see some more detail.

Lastly, Here is the completed ensemble piece, with the tile from my first post this week in it.

 Thank you to all who stop by and for the lovely comments!

Happy Hump Day, and Tangle On!


  1. WOW, there is so much beauty in this post. I love the challenge peace!

  2. Wonderful spiral with Rixty!! I like the colouring, too! Your ATC deck is really fabulous ... and the essemble piece just gorgeous! Wonderful job!

  3. Great bold tile! Your set of artist trading cards is too awesome for words! Beautiful work!

  4. Oh man do I love your spiral! :) It's awesome!

  5. I adore the tile with Rixty. That tangle is just so much fun to play with. Love those ATC's also!

  6. OMG so much eye candy in one post! I'll have to come back and look at those ATC's and ensemble in much more detail! I adore your spiraled Rixty, gorgeous with the red!

  7. I love your tile. It's very powerful your rixty-spiral. And the color is great.

  8. A real feast for the eye and the soul - I am drinking in these gorgeous tangles and feeling full of admiration and appreciation!

  9. I have learnt a lot from looking at these

  10. Love the spiral you created with Rixty! Your ATC deck is beautiful and I hope I get one! The ensemble is gorgeous and I love the color! Lots of beauty here!!!

  11. Kate,
    So glad I found your site - I love your work!
    Diane Lacahance, CZT

  12. Just delicious!
    What do you use to the wonderful rich red(?) that you've used?

    1. Hi Tracey, Thank you first off. It's not really a red that I am using it is the sepia micron pen, although I think it is actually called brown, and then for the shading I am using a prismacolor sanquine charcoal pencil. For whatever reason, it reads more red than it should on the scans and photos. Hope this helps, Kate