Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Diva Challenge #302: "UMT Hamadox by Diana Schreur CZT"

Since it is the first Challenge of the month it is a UMT ( Use my Tangle) challenge. The tangle chosen is what I think is referred to as a tangle tango or a tangleation. It combines two tangle into one. The two tangles are Hamail by Tina Akua and Paradox by Rick Roberts. It was named Hamadox. Some of you may not recognize her name but on her blog she is known as Didisch.

Not sure that I got the true flow of this tangle. Kept it simple for a couple of reasons. Here is what I came up with. I hope you enjoy it.


Tangles used: Hamadox. The background is not an identified tangle. Just was a way to fill the back space. There are a couple that are similar. Shading done with B2 pencil.


I'm not sure how many people have posted so far. Would encourage you to visit I am the Diva often throughout the week to see what is posted. There are usually some great pieces.

Thanks for visiting. As usual comments are welcomed, encouraged, and appreciated.

Go Tangle !!

24 comments:

  1. I like this beautiful composition very much, also the background is very nice.

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  2. Beautiful tile, we had a little bit the same idea with the dark border on Hamadox.

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    1. Thanks. This tangle was a challenge for me. Just was undecided about what to put it with.

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  3. Your patterns feel as if they are spinning away somehow, such lovely movement .

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  4. Love the darkened boarder you used on your Hamadox. It really sets them off.

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    1. Thanks,that is what I was trying to accomplish. Could not think of other ways to shade this one.

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  5. Nice flow, Donald, on this one. The Hamadox is well done and the background looks perfect behind it.

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    1. Thanks. It took me a few to get in the flow of doing this tangle.

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  6. This tile is simply elegant, Donald! Hamadox is just floating along so beautifully!

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    1. Thanks. Was not thinking of floating as much as wanted to have it stand out.

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  7. Fabulous Hamadox tile! They must be so small to fit 5 on a tile! :)

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    1. Thanks. I guess I was not thinking about that. They were not difficult to draw. I think sometimes I go to the small size and have to push to make things bigger. Doing classes with a newsprint tablet and easel has helped with that.

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  8. Lovely tile Donald! The composition and movement is really outstanding;-)

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  9. I love the flowery style of your Hamadox tile! Great!

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