11/24/2014

Diva's Weekly Challenge #195: "Turning Old into New"

Laura heti kihívásának vendége ezúttal Sandy Hunter. Azt a feladatot kaptuk tőle, hogy kedvenc mintáinkat értelmezzük újra és a megszokottól eltérő módon használjuk fel. Mind a három választott mintám hivatalos Zentangle® minta:

Flux - Maria Thomas és Rick Roberts
Purk - Maria Thomas és Rick Roberts
Tipple - Maria Thomas és Rick Roberts






.. plusz egy másik lapka függetlenül a kihívástól, ami tegnap készült
.. plus another tile outside of the challenge, which made in yesterday
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! :)

26 comments:

  1. Very creative. Changing it up gave each pattern a totally new look.

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  2. Very nice. I like the Tipple in a grid too!

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  3. Challenge tile is fabulous. Very graphic. But the fun tile is amazing!

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  4. Love your second tile. It's so nice with just the touch of color.

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  5. Both are lovely and I really like the Purk in the grid with the brown.

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  6. nice use of flux and purk in a grid - well done

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  7. I love both of your tiles and the way you made the tangles new!

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  8. Very creative! I like the variation of tipple a lot :-)
    Your hole tile looks very nice!

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  9. Absolutely gorgeous tile! Love your Tipple in the Grid and the Purk ribbon! The second tile is beautiful, too! Lovely the the touch of red!

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  10. I prefer the first tile--it appeals to the orderly side of me--but they are both lovely :)

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  11. Wonderful work, Lily. Beautiful challenge Tile, and your Fun Tile is so smooth and full of life. Such a rewarding Post.

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  12. Awesome, I just commented on another post where Betsy put her flux into a grid, that putting all centers of 4 flux corners would create an awesome flux-flower, And tadaaa the next post I open you did create a flux flower. I love that organic look. Well done.

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  13. Tipple in a grid ..... great idea!! What a lovely tile it became. And Lily, thank you so much for the ATC that you made for the swab of Nat Wout. I LOVE to have a real 'Lily'!!!

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind comment Anne, and thank you so much for your beautiful ATC :)

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  14. Ah! Lily, both are amazing, so different and both incredible! And I'm keeping tipple and flux in a grid for further tangling!
    Your fun tile is wonderful, that spiral that refuses to be smooth and turns out more like a paper flower than a spiral is incredible!

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  15. Beautiful work, Lily! Both tiles are gorgeous and I really like your grid full of Tipple.

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  16. Noth your tiles are amazing! I really like the tile you did for the challenge. Flux and tipple are great together, even in a grid!

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  17. Love your versions a lot!

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  18. Lily - these are wonderful tiles!! Your work really rocks!!

    ~ Diane Clancy
    http://www.dianeclancy.com/blog/2014/11/diva-turning-old-into-new-challenge-entry/

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  19. Great job on the tiles. Like the contrast of the grid and organic in the first one. Like the flow of the second.

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  20. Your dive challenge is great...love the color you added. AND the "just for fun" tile is wonderfully done!

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  21. Beautiful challenge tile. Great use of purk

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  22. Cute flux with nice shading. Like ir very much!

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  23. Beautiful. Love both.
    In the first - I love the elegance and airy feeling. The shapes are so well positioned and composed.
    In the second, I love the depth and shading, and the creative use of several tangles together

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  24. Very, very lovely work, Lily. I particularly love the second one...reminiscent (of course in a very good way) of Michele Beauchamp's amazing work. Stunning. Axxx

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  25. Two lovely tiles. I like Aquafleur with Buttercup in it.

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