Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Diva Challenge #89 - Sankegg

I saw some earlier comments and expected to have problems with this challenge. I have to admit that I enjoyed doing these and like the results. I did one in traditional Zentangle style of putting a dot in each corner and then making a string. After that I decided which section I would use the Sankegg tangle and then just did the other sections. No real preconceived notions. The other I did a little more free-form. The Sankegg tangle was the string and then I added the others. Think maybe while I felt this one was not as hard was because the Zendala Dare that I completed a few days ago was hard. This seemed easy comparatively speaking.



The tangles that I used are Sankegg, 'Nzeppel, Hybrid, Eenies, Marasu, Beads, & Exed  







Tangles used are Sankegg, Flux, & Scrolled Feather

13 comments:

  1. I like both your tiles! You did a great jon with this Sankegg.

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  3. Like both of them. I also like that you named the tangles. Something I need to do.

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  4. You "got" sankegg and really used it nicely in both tiles. It really is quite dynamic in your first tile.

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  5. very nice :) good use of the tangle. I like the way it weaves through the 2nd tile (redid my post as my smiley face rebelled in the first one!)

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  6. Thanks for all your comments. I have seen a lot of great tiles with this tangle.

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  7. I too separated the strands....What a beautiful flow! The scrolled feather and the flux really love being in this piece....I can tell!

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  8. Nice work - I really like how it runs off the one corner.

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  9. Your Sankeggs are great, like little stacked cups of Sankegg. I really enjoy your two ZIA's both very different.

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  10. Beautifully done Sankeggs - so nicely shaded and drawn. Both tiles are interesting, different, and nicely done!

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  11. Your Sankegg (especially in the first tile) looks 3D!
    Brilliant!

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  12. Fun. Your 1st tile reminds me of a road map of travelling, adventurous sankeggs!!!

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  13. Really nicely done examples, both

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