Monday, July 8, 2013

Zendala Dare #64 HEAT

I really like this weeks template from Erin at www.thebrightowl.blogspot.ca, and the added request that we use tangles starting with the letters in the words "heat" or "hot". I chose the pumpkin paper because it was such a warm color, and decided to go with the word "heat", so I used Hekzee, a variation of Efilys, Afterglow, Tracery, and Tearce. It turned out ok, but I don't love it - it doesn't "flow", so if I get a chance this week, I'll do another.

7 comments:

LonettA said...

Very lovely zendala! I like the tangles you chose. Also it gets a very well-balanced and soft character by using the warm-colored paper. Great job!

rainsfl said...

Very pretty Zendala! Your linework on the Hekzee is amazing, and I like the way your Afterglow appears to go down in the center to the star.

Karen Lynn said...

This is a very pretty, lacey zendala. Lots of intricate linework that beautifully done.

Anne's tangle blog said...

We are always are own worst critics. I think it's a beautiful zendala!

Chrissie said...

This is indeed a brilliant zendala, great tangles and such depth to the middle.

Jane said...

Nice design and a great job on the linework!
Yours reminds me of a mandala that would be used for meditiation or focused attention.
"A mandala is an integrated structure
organized around a unifying center"
-Longchenpa

tanglewithlinda.wordpress.com said...

You are too hard on yourself. I think the center makes the whole thing flow nicely.