11/17/2014

Diva's Weekly Challenge 194: “Embracing the Yuck”

Laura kihívását egy ideig vendég művészek adják, mert Laura kisfiát Artoo-t megműtötték. Innen is kívánok neki mielőbbi gyógyulást és az egész családnak kitartást és minden jót.

Nehezen viselem a korlátokat, szeretem azt rajzolni, amit épp a véletlen, a képzeletem és a pillanatnyi lelkiállapotom magával hoz.
Ebben a kihívásban szó szerint meg volt kötve a kezem, mert az volt a feladat, hogy az "ügyetlenebbik" kezünkkel rajzoljuk meg a lapkát, beleértve az árnyékolást is.
Ez nálam azt jelentette, hogy mindent a bal kezemmel rajzoltam, árnyékoltam, még a szignóm is így lett oda illesztve.
Meg is látszik rajta, az eredmény: reszketeg pontatlan vonalak, torz formák, de úgy gondolom, "ügyetlen" kézzel ez is úgy-ahogy elfogadható.
Mindenesetre nagyon stresszelő, de érdekes tapasztalat volt.

Íme:





Ennyire eltérő a két kéz munkája:
Plusz egy lapka ami tegnap készült, persze jobb kézzel,

And plus one tile - outside of the challenge,
"Just for fun "






Köszönöm mindenkinek, hogy időt szakított egy megjegyzésre. Szép napot :) 
 Thank you everyone for taking the time to leave a comment and have a wonderful day! :)

27 comments:

  1. You did it too! Great job! Yours looks really good!

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  2. Sorry, I don´t understand your written sentences, but ;-) I like your tile for this challenge - as well as your other ones! Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Very beautiful and secure done! Lovely!

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  4. Wow! You did that with your non-dominant hand! Beautifully done and I love your design. And the second tile is absolutely gorgeous!

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  5. Your turned out so nice anyway. And, the second one is just fabulous!

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  6. So lovely. Both of them. And I love the crumpled Drupe in the middle of the first one (is it Drupe? Hopeless with names. You know what I mean, the large semi floral element just left of centre)

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    1. Thanks Megan and yes, that is Drupe :)

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  7. Beautiful Left Hand Tile, Lily. Love the solid blacks. That is hard to get with a wobbly left hand. Both tiles are wonderfully design.

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  8. Great lefthanded piece. Looks very steady.

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  9. I think you did quite well, the lines are not very wobly.

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    1. Thank you Cris. I'm honored :)

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  11. Lily, I think both of your tiles are beautiful works of art! Thank you for taking on this challenge!

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  12. You did a great job with your left hand. All those neat red lines, wow!

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  13. Your tile is wonderful! I think it was a very funny challenge ;-)

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  14. Are you sure you're not ambidextrous?? Impressive!

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    1. Thank you Suzanne :) I'm absolutely right-handed. Off it took 2-3 times as long and my left hand get tired because I drew lines very slowly.

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  15. Your designwork is flawless...and the rendering just proves Elisa's point that we all have times when we have to be kind to ourselves and also realize that it makes us more understanding toward each others yuck.

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  16. Wow Great tile with your left hand! The second is lovely too.

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  17. Love them both, but I must say that your non-dominant hand tile is very ambitious. You chose difficult tangles to use and executed them nicely!

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  18. All dose lines must have been hard to make. Congratulations!

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  19. Yours is lovely, Lily!! Better than mine with my dominant hand - just lovely!! And I love your 2nd one! ~ Diane Clancy

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  20. These are gorgeous tiles. I love the colours and composition.

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  21. Beautiful tiles! Your composition is really lovely.

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  22. :D Wish my dominant hand would be able to draw the first...

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