Thursday, September 26, 2013

Zentangle Challenge #137 - Duotangle - Knights over Tipple

This was indeed an interesting challenge from Laura at www.iamthedivaczt.blogspot.ca! In some ways a simple challenge - to use the two tangles Knightsbridge and Tipple. Ha - nothing is ever "simple". I tried to add some "shine" to Knightsbridge and that was not at all successful so ended up smudging it over so I'm hoping someone else has done this so I can see how it's done! I don't often add aura's, but it seems the best way to fill the empty space here. The end result, as usual, looks very different from the string and ideas I started out with, and I'm not unhappy with this though I'm looking forward to seeing what others have done to add more interest.

13 comments:

LonettA said...

Brilliant! Great movement and 3D effect. Beautifully drawn!

Mariƫt said...

Love how you combined Knights and Tipple, very creative!

Sue Clark said...

I love the 3D look of this one! Great piece!

Jean Chaney said...

Wow! This is a great tile just using Knightsbridge and Tipple. So much to look at!

NancyD said...

This is wonderful Sue! Hey, I am in BC and just became a follower. Check out my blog too - http://justtanglingalong.blogspot.ca/2013/09/diva-weekly-challenge-137.html

NancyD

Zoe Brener said...

So original & very beautiful!

Didisch said...

What a great tile. Your tipple shading is outstanding. And very smart to do the background by aura-ing. Looks great with beautiful depth.

Caren Mlot said...

I love this!

Diane CZT said...

Sue, this is a super looking creation. I love what you did with the Knightsbridge. Your design is really cool, stunning.

Helen said...

Perfect, Sue. I love it!

Donald Wilka said...

Great tile. I like how things intertwine and weave through the Knightsbridge. I like the 3-D effect created by your shading and size variations. Looks like a mound.

CeciliaKi said...

WOW! You ended up with a really nice tile!! You should put more auras as your strokes are perfect! And great dimensional effect!

Daniele OBrien Design, CZT said...

This is amazing, great perspective, composition, and line work. Beeeaaautiful!