Saturday, 28 March 2015

Joey's challenge #54: tangle a border

Joey asked us to tangle a border print. I probably didn't choose the most easy way by drawing a corner in my border.





















Although the borders aren't connecting perfectly, I still like the outcome when putting them together in one tile (thanks to Photoshop :-) ).


10 comments:

  1. Lovely Tile!! I am still learning so could you please mention the tangle names you used for the all-over design

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    1. Thank you! :-)
      I used Widgets, Ahh, Sundoo, CO2 and some Striping (triangle). The border is not an existing tangle; I messed it up and ended with this result :-)

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    2. Hey Iise! It is an existing tangle. The name is Pouf. Yours is just a variation. I don't mean "just" as though it's not important. Only that's what we do with Zentangle. "Just" adapt / vary tangles to our needs. However I do think there is a closer one, but I cant seem to locate it at the moment. If I find it I'll try to recall how I got here. By the way your Tile is lovely.

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  2. Ah! Ha! I found it! Look at Bumpkins!

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    1. Actually I tried to do Dugwood, but soon it went wrong ;-)

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  4. That is so great! I would love a scarf with that print:)

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  5. This has great contrast, and I love how it looks when you put all four squares together! Beautifully done.

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  6. Thanks for your comments! :-)

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  7. This is wonderful!! I love the 4 of them together!! Looks like a party!! :)

    My friend Carolien and I are starting a new weekly challenge you might like. It starts Wed. Details at http://www.dianeclancy.com/blog/diane-caroliens-weekly-zentangle-challenge

    ~ Diane Clancy
    http://www.dianeclancy.com/blog/2015/03/my-joeys-tangle-a-border-print-challenge-entry

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