Tuesday, 4 November 2014

Diva Challenge #192

Diva's Guest blogger Cris Letourneau arranged a lovely challenge, in which we were asked to use Seton. I wasn't really zen this week, so the lines aren't all as straight as I would have liked. It's allright to me, since tangling gave me the relaxation I needed. 

16 comments:

  1. Wat heb je dit mooi gedaan, Ilse! De schaduw in de parels is prachtig.

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  2. very nice rendition of seton - reminds me of a quilt. well done.

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  3. i like the way the circlesin the centre of each square draw the eye.

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  4. No worries. Your tile is lovely and straight lines are highly over-rated and not particularly Zen. :-)

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  5. Oh this is great! You have managed contrast wonderfully! Well done.

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  6. Love your Tile, Ilse, Beautifully designed and drawn. Wonderful fills that give great tonal variations and interest in your tile. Well done.

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  7. It looks very nice and I am sure it would not look better if all lines would be absolutely straight ;-) I like your way of tangling seton and your way of fill-in-patterns (hope, you know what I mean ;-)

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  8. Your design of Seton is very calming....love how this art form works that way. Every person's experience is for their own enjoyment. Straight or curved lines are for you to decide. Thank you for sharing this beauty.

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  9. Mooi het is net alsof je door een raam naar buiten kijkt!

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  10. Nice and elegant tile. Love the tiny details you entered.

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  11. Nice detail in embellishing Seton. Did not remind me a quilt but more like looking through lattice work at something. Is a great effect.

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  12. Beautiful balance of colour, shape, line and texture.

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  13. Beautiful tile with wonderful details!

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