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15 May 2012

Weekly Challenge #70: "Colour me Sepia" and Paradoxal Challenge


I was working on my Paradoxes in brown and red when Diva's challenge # 70 was published . Coincident  or not here they are :) without red color.

 


16 comments:

  1. Wonderful depth created in black ink, sepia, and shading. Very interesting tiles! Yum!

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  2. Gorgeous!! love the perspective and the detail

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  3. I just love the depth of space here. They both look like spiral staircases seen from the top down. Beautiful!

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  4. Amazing work! I LOVE the second one:)

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  5. wow! these look really challenging! beautiful work! i love the second one :)

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  6. As i wrote on Lineweaving, you make beautiful A R T !!!!!

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  7. It is a beautiful geometric design. Good job!!

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  8. wow, what depth! Great tangelations and variations you've added to the tangles. Very interesting and inspiring to look at.

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  9. I really love the layers and the way the center folds over in the second tile. Both are really well done. I also like all the jagged looking pieces in the second one with all the pointy "V" shapes.

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  10. So much movement in your tile. Love them both!

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  11. The negative space in the tangles of #1 is very eye-appealing. And #2 is very intricate. Nice work.

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  12. I really enjoyed your composition. The twisting layers are very interesting.

    Cindy

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  13. Love the paradox string, beautiful work!

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  14. There's such movement in the 2nd piece. Beautiful work!

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  15. Wow, great results!!!

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  16. Anonymous24 May, 2012

    I came across your blog by chance. It's so inspiring :-)
    I am going to give "zentangling" another go and wondered if you could tell me the type of paper that you use. I have watercolour paper but it is creamy white.
    There are some lovely pieces here. I do hope that you have some on display and not just in your art book.
    Thanks.
    Sue Nic

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