Sunday, June 16, 2013

Zendala Dare #61

This was an interesting Dare. I may have been a little overly ambitious with this one. When I saw it, all I could see were the layers. It was a lot smaller than I thought. I am glad that I had a 005 Micron to work with  because I ended up using it a lot. I was a little undecided about what to do with the spokes. I had thought about filling them with black, but felt that might be a little overpowering. Could not really think of a tangle that  I thought would fit so just decided to leave it open. Since I usually fill in most open spaces was probably a good decision to just leave it alone, even if it was a little disconcerting. Over all I am pleased with the results. I hope that you enjoy it.

Tangles used: Muchin, Chard(variation), Cubine, Bales. 

I usually do not get mine done and posted this early so am not sure how many others have all ready been posted. Would encourage you to check The Bright Owl frequently during the week to look at what others have done.

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  1. Great 3-D work really like the platform image very cool

  2. I think it's a good thing that you left the spokes open!
    The thing you mentioned in you comment to me, about a childrens toy, was it a piece of thread with a button, that you had to spin around?

    1. Yes that was it. I remember messing with them at my Grandmothers. They did not do much except really fly if the string broke and you were pulling on it.

  3. Beautiful job. I love the center piece - it breaks up the spokes - wish I had thought of that!

  4. You did an awesome job on this Zendala. Your tangles are so perfectly drawn and so well suit the spaces. Love the open space you left. Overall, this piece has a clear, crisp look that is candy to the eye.

  5. Love all the layers you created, very dimensional, great center also.

  6. Love the depth you got and the second one down in your design is awesome!

  7. Beautifully done Donald! Great choice of tangles, and especially the way you've done cubine - it really draws my eyes back again, and again....

  8. love it! it goes directly into my book,thanks


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