Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Diva Challenge #180- Use My Tangle (UMT Challenge), MacDee by Anneke Van Dam

This weeks challenge is to use the Pattern, "MacDee" created by Anneke Van Dam. Thanks Anneke, your pattern is a great background, fill pattern.

Apologies for the double entry on the Diva"s Mr Linkey. My mouse is dying, and the single-click button is double firing and I'm getting all kinds of unwanted results. While attempting to get the link to this weeks challenge, when I clicked on the link entry of Mr Linky, the unwanted stutter click of my mouse fired off and sent the entry from last week's challenge which was already in that entry before I could paste the new entry in. This is too embarrassing. I don't know why the old stuff from last week is in Mr. Linky. I wish it was blank instead. Sorry. My mouse needs a lobotomy
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Patterns used:
1-MacDee-Anneke Van Dam.
2-Waverly-Cindy Angtel
3-Yagi-Lizzie Mayne

Tile Size: 3.5" x 3.5".
Note: Patterns 2 and 3 are combined.


Visit "I am the Diva" to see what other artists are doing with this challenge.

27 comments:

  1. Nicely done! Like the fold in the McDee and the combination of the other two!

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  2. Hi David
    The dash of colour really lifts this and I very much like the combination of patterns. I've not used either Waverly or Yagi and now I want to have a go. So thanks for introducing them to me.

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  3. I really like this one! Great!

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  4. this is so nautical looking. It reminds me of something you might find in the captain's quarters, with a map laid out, and a charting device on top of it, with some elegant inscriptions in the captain's hand. Well done!

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  5. Love your use of Mac Dee and your swirls! Great tile! :)

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  6. lovely combination of tangles. I like the fold you hsve achieved in MacDee. Mice can be so annyoying - I don\t mind the double post, I'm sure others don't either

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  7. I, too, like the fold. I need to remember that...

    Yay, Pinterest! You just got pinned. (Hope that's okay?)

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  8. Love what I see here, Looks like a jewel laying down on a dish Towel (is that a corect word??) Like how you made the background folded at one point. Looks very real.

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  9. I love it - it looks like a commercial looking through magnifying lenses at the fibers! Just enough color to enhance the design - really nice!

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  10. Wonderful tile, David :)

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  11. Wow! This is just wonderful. I love all the texture you have added and your shading is perfect.

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  12. Love this! The contrast of the tangle patterns selected is great! It looks just like fabric being embroidered in selected spots. So interesting!

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  13. Wow, this is so very interesting, I like it a lot.
    Since several weeks I have the same, the old entry is in the box while before it was gone. Quite annoying.

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  14. A lovely tile David, The combination of tangle 2 and 3 works perfect on the MacDee background.

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  15. great what you did also with this challenge.

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  16. Nice combination of tangles and lovely colors.

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  17. Love the background, like a folded piece of material. I've never come across either of the other tangles, they work really well with the background. Linda

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  18. You make my day with this gorgeous tile - must try the fold myself :-) Thank you for your sweet words!

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  19. Like the fold. Like the way your other tangles are enveloped by the MacDee.

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  20. Wonderful tile! Especially I like the 3D effect and your choice of tangles! Great job!

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  21. Gosh, quite a complex tile with macdee like fabric underneath it all.I like the glimmers on the curls - very effective.

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  22. Yes, awesome job on shading!! This is an amazing tile! And don't be embarrassed about the double link. I think I did the same thing last week. OOOps!Have a great weekend! :0) Share Humanity

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    1. Oh, I think you need to give the Inchie challenge a try!! It really is fun! And thank you for your visit to my blog! :0) Share humanity

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    2. The Inchies do look like great fun. I've been wanting to check them out. Thanks, Annette, for the heads up.

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  23. Love, love, love this combination. So glad you overcame your mouse problems to share. Axxx

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