8/13/2014

Diva's Weekly Challenge #180: "UMT - MacDee by Anneke Van Dam"

Here's my response to the Diva's Weekly Challenge #180: "UMT - MacDee by Anneke Van Dam"












Thank you everyone for taking the time to leave a comment and have a wonderful day! :)

16 comments:

  1. That £d effect is really good. I'm going to have to try it. Nice tile, good use of colour. What can I say? Great.

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  2. Wonderful Tile, Lily. Love the optical bending effect. Great craftsmanship.

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  3. the tree dimensional effect is wonderful. Great work.

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  4. This is so pretty!! I love the way you went over the humps with the plaid - and your border is gorgeous!!

    ~ Diane Clancy
    http://www.dianeclancy.com/blog/2014/08/diva-umt-macdee-challenge-entry

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  5. Beautiful work! I love how it looks like a fancy napkin fold.

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  6. You really got a lot of dimension, depth, and movement with how you approached this tile. Very nice.

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  7. This is great! Like a propeller. I like your experiment with shading with graphite and white charcoal pencil.

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  8. I like the movement you created.

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  9. Absolutely gorgeous! Wonderful this 3D effect!

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  10. 3D effect is the highlight of your tile.

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  11. Ooho, this is super! I'm crazy about shading, but you are a master!!

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  12. Like how your border sets thinks off. What you did with MacDee reminds me of large dew drops.

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  13. Lily, your tile is outstanding! I love the effect you created! It really makes me study it, to see how you broke it down to create! Just beautiful!! I shtik you have inspired me to give something like that a try! Thank you! Oh and thank you for visiting my blog!! Have a great weekend! :0) Share humanity

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