Monday, January 19, 2015

Diva Challenge #201--Mobius Syndrome Awareness Day 2015

This week, Laura is challenging us to help raise awareness for Mobius Syndrome. An affliction that her beautiful son, Artoo, is afflicted with. I am using the Logo for the Mobius Syndrome Foundation, as a string, which Laura graciously provided us with.

My Patterns for this Challenge:
1- Artoo - a pattern designed by Laura Harms in tribute to her son, Artoo.
2- Crecent Moon - Zentangle
3- Various Emblishments

Pens: Sigura Pigma Micron, .01: black, purple, pink.
Blick Studio Colored Pencils.
Tile: 3.5 x 3.5 inches, Fabriano Tiepolo stock.



Thanks to everyone who commented on Challenge Tile #200 Bi-Zen-Tennial Celebration." It is wonderful to hear from you and I appreciate every ones sense of humor.

To see other challenge tiles for this week's Challenge and past Diva challenges, visit "IamTheDivaCZT's" Blog site.

29 comments:

  1. Nicely done...it's hard to follow the mobius over and under since it has no beginning or end. The buds give it a very nice touch of the hopefulness of Spring.

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  2. That's a lovely, vivid tile! I like your Pink Crescent Moon as well.

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  3. Such motion and energy! I love it!

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  4. very nice - love the embellishments and the colour

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  5. That's beautiful, so vibrant and alive, David!

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  6. David, I really appreciate that you provide the information about your pens, other media, tangles and even the paper you used. I am going to try to be more proactive about doing that myself. Unfortunately, half the time I can't remember the name of my tangles or where I found them. (Excuses!). I'm loving your vision here in your Moebius Syndrome tile----the logo with life bursting out all over. :)

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  7. Beautifully done David! I love the weaving in and out that you did!

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  8. What a beautiful tile! I love the colour of your crescent moon and I think it is a wonderful idea to use the pattern Artoo for this special challenge :-)

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  9. Lovely tile, David. Perfect balance. Where can one find the Artoo pattern?

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    1. Hi, Audrie. the Artoo Pattern can be found on the "IamTheDiva" Blog site, in Challenge Post #9.

      http://iamthedivaczt.blogspot.com/2011/02/weekly-challenge-9.html

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  10. Absolutely gorgeous tile!

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  11. I.m sure Artoo will love this tile, David.

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  12. An explosion of life. Beautiful!

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  13. Nice work David, great colour work too :)

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  14. Very pretty! Love the colors and the flowy style

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  15. Nice flow on this tile David. I like the organic touch giving a sense of hope and new beginnings.

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  16. Great tile. I like the way you used Artoo in your tile.

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  17. Beautiful tile, David. I like the pink Crescent Moon and all the embellishments. I know Artoo will like seeing this too!

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  18. yeah, i allways like your way of how you create the tiles for the challenges. i use to look through the entries....some of the names are allways shining out, like david hunter :-)

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  19. Nicely done! Very spring feeling….

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  20. Your work is bursting with life and energy. I love how the "tree" (still a sapling yet) is clearly outgrowing the moebius syndrome logo. A great tile!

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  21. I like the little golden pods growing up around the mobius strip. And the vibrant color, as always. You have a good eye for that.

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  22. Great tile David. Lots of energy.

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  23. David...am loving looking at everyone's posts this week and thinking how great yours is to use the Artoo tangle. It's such a beautiful tile and the pinky-purple and gold add that special sparkle for hope for those familes affected by this syndrome. As usual ...a thoughtful tangle-ation.

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  24. David, your tile is beautiful as always. I love the way you also used the Artoo tangle in the tile and wove it in and around the moebius strip. What a great idea to use the Artoo tangle in your tile!

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