Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Diva's weekly challenge #185

This week, the Diva asked us to create a DuoTangle using ONLY the two tangles Phicops and DivaDance.

These are both new tangles to me, so I started practicing them. My first tile was OK, but I felt I wanted to make another one, since you can do so many different things with these tangles. I think Phicops is a bit harder to make, but the results are so beautiful.

Everybody who previously left a comment or does now: Thank you very much! I really appreciate it!




16 comments:

  1. Both tiles are nice. Love the second tile with it's leafy look.

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  2. very nice work. I like the first one with it's slightly askew symmetry.

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  3. Nice variation with the phicop leaves. Looks like something from another planet... that might taste good. (grin)

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  4. Prachtig, vooral de phicops bladeren vind ik geweldig. Goed gedaan.

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  5. Two very different approaches, both of them good and both of them well drawn.

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  6. Wauw, de eerste is mooi, maar de tweede ...... geweldig!

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  7. Love the second one! Great way to combine them!

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  8. Double awesome. Two beautiful Challenge Tiles. Love both of them. For new patterns you made both of them your best new friends. Well done, Ilse.

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  9. Interesting use of Diva Dance in the first one. Does add a unique perspective to the tile. Like the leaf effect with the second Phicops.

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  10. Thanks for sharing BOTH of these interpretations. Using phicops in the leaf pattern is very effective. I find them both engaging.

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  11. Allebei prachtig! Mijn voorkeur gaat uit naar de tile met de verschillende divadances en de phicops er middenin. Heel mooi gedaan.

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  12. Beide sind sehr schön, das zweite ist mein Favorit!

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  13. Beautiful versatility - once a flower, then leaves :)
    Beautiful tiles. I love the leaves, so elegant

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  14. You've mastered this challenge, superbly - love how you made Phicops organic, the 2nd one has a beautiful flow.

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