9/02/2015

35. weekly challenges and tiles

A renaissance tile For Diva's Weekly Challenge #233: "New Official Tangle - Zenith":







My other weekly tiles:

Lot of black parts on white tile:







Some red pearls:








and for Square One group -  Sydney, Opera House






13 comments:

  1. OK! These are seriously very very beautiful tiles.It was hard but I hava a favorite -last tile but I'm wondering about the doily-like pattern on the first tile?

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    1. Thank you Elena. If you thought the grid based pattern on background then it is the 4 Corners pattern. The circle shaped pattern is Papermint, and another background pattern is the Sand Swirl.

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  2. All gorgeous tiles. The black on white is really sparkly.

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  3. I really love the one with red pearls, so unusual. But in fact all these tiles are great, you have produced some really wonderful work here.

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  4. Simply awesome work!!! Not just this weeks, but all of your work.... Great style & technique. Thanks for posting.
    Lauri

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  5. Your tiles are lovely. I especially love the Sydney opera house tangle. My youngest son is studying in Sydney this semester. He has sent me many pictures he's taken - the Opera house has been the subject of many.

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  6. Wow! they all have so much dimension! I want to pick up those juicy red berries ;) Always love your work - keep tanglin!

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  7. These are all great but particularly like your Challenge tile and the second one. The dimension you achieve is amazing. The shading on the Papermint makes them look like little plates.

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  8. I feel I'm in the presence of greatness whenever I visit your site! You are definitely the queen of pearls - I wish I could do that! I really love your Diva challenge tile in particular. Your Papermint and Four Corners are both new to me, and I love them! You have such a beautiful mix of tangles on that tile, and your use of the brown ink really adds interest to the design. I just love it! All of your work has such richness to it. I think it is because you really know how to use black and shading. So lovely!

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  9. Love the first one best of all. So beautiful!

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  10. Do you know that you are my teacher? I look at your beautiful tiles and learn. Thank you!!!

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  11. There is lot of depth in your Zenith tile, Lily. I LOVE it.

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