Monday, May 26, 2014

Diva's Weekly Challenge #169: Circle Strings

Weekly Challenge #169: Circles.

This was a fun challenge. Thanks to the Diva. Your challenges are looked forward to every week, Laura. This is my first response, and as a newbee, I found it a unique experience.
This Challenge was a lot of fun to draw.

Thanks for all the Comments. They are much appreciated.

Visit "I am the Diva's" web site to see what other Tanglers are doing with this Challenge.

Bye.

30 comments:

  1. Welcome to the world of Zentangle, David. It's a magical journey, for sure.

    Maria (and Rick)

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    1. Thanks Maria (and Rick). I love the world that you two have created. Thanks, so much, for visiting my humble Blog. I hope to meet you both at a future CZT class.

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    1. Thanks Agnes. I appreciate your comment.

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  3. I love how you wound in and out of circles. The touch of red is a nice touch. Great interpretation of the prompt!

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    1. Thanks Jean. I appreciate all the comments. Tangling is the "Most Awesome" art adventure I've ever encountered. I love it.

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  4. Very striking tile. and the embellishments on the ribbon make it fascinating to look at.

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    1. Thanks, Sue. The ribbon embellishments are the influences of Helen Williams. (Love her stuff.) I'm a sponge right now and everything is new and exciting. From what I see and read, it stays new and exciting forever. I am, right now, in the middle of practicing your Tangle Pattern, "Ditto". I love it. What a small world. So great meeting such creative people. Success, always.

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  5. So pretty! I love the depth around your ribbon!

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    1. Thanks Kelly. I like the ribbon. This is my first one. I'm still experimenting.

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  6. I think I can see the fun you had drawing this tile. I love the red accents in it.

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  7. Very unique! Absolutely beautiful!

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    1. I'm glad that I didn't have a plan. I couldn't have followed it if I had. That's what I like about Tangling, you are as surprised at the outcome as everybody else. Thanks Lily.

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  8. A newbee? Gosh! Absolutely fantastic!

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    1. It's true. Started Tangling in April of this year. I'm practicing hard, hoping to break free of the "Newbee" title. In some aspects I guess I'll always be a Newbee, but I want to be the best Newbee I can bee. Thanks for you comment, Sal

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  9. Love your tangle, its complexity and energy are really great!

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    1. Thanks for the comment, Nat. I just spent that last 2 hours on your Blog being amazed. As it is all in French, Bing Translate came to my rescue. Awesome.

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  10. Welcome to the Challenges and the world of Zentangle®. Like the touch of color and the twisting ribbon connecting them all. You did some great work on the tangles. There are always new fun things to learn. Keep up the good work.

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    1. Thanks for the Welcome and the Comments, Don. Learning new things, and picking up new skills while creating such interesting and intriging art is a win/win situation. I love this stuff. Everyone is so good at this art that throwing ones own hat into the ring is intimidating. Have fun, Don.

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  11. great job. The little bits of colour really perk it up.

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    1. Thanks Heather. Like potato chips, stopping at just a bit of colour was difficult.

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  12. Apparently you like weaving too ;) I love how your tile loos so vibrant and alive. And I also like your quirky way of writing your blog. Looking forward to see moe!

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    1. I do like weaving. I'll like it better when I get my CounterMarch Louet Floor Loom figured out. Tangling is a lot easier. I appreciate your comments. This is my first blog, ever, and my style of writing is untested. I'll try my best.

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  13. I like your style, it's very graphic, very unique, it has real personality. I like the way you write about it too! Looking forward to seeing where this Zentangle thing takes you!

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    1. Thanks Ragged Ray. May I say I love your name. It is very graphic and unique as well. After 40 days and 40 nights, (that has a ring to it), Tangling has already led me to starting a Blog. Last month I had no such thoughts. I just wanted to learn how to draw this awesome art form. I appreciate your words and I'm looking forward to the journey ahead also. Take care and see you down the road.

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    1. Thanks, Betsy. I appreciate your comment.

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  15. Welcome! I love what you did with this tile. The touch of red really leads your eye through the piece! Well done!

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    1. Thanks. A welcome but unexpected outcome from a "Should I, or should I not," decision.

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