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onsdag 29 juni 2016

Zentangle-makeover

This week our challenge from the Diva is different from other challenges! She asked us to look through our stacks of tiles and find one that we wanted to turn into something more satisfying. A sort of remix or makeover. I didn´t have to go back too far! The one I choosed is one I made 11th of January with Henna Drum in focus.




Henna Drum (Jane McKugler) was followed by Aura Leah (Carla DuPreez). Both patterns are so pretty but my outcome seemed to me too boring! So I went on with it:



Now I am much more satisfied with it and I don´t find it boring any more! Thank´s to the Diva, Laura Harms for a new great challenge!

14 kommentarer:

Ria Matheussen sa...

Just a few sophisticated details make the tile much brighter and give it a lot more elegance. I really like what you have done!

Christine Courtois sa...

Le changement est léger mais fait toute la différence !

Change is light but makes all the difference! Beautiful !

michele wynne sa...

Very well done. They're both lovely, but your subtle finishing touches give it that added depth and detail.

Jean Chaney sa...

This was a fun one to look at. I had to go back and forth to see why the second one has so much more life to it. You really did a nice remix!

Anne's tangle blog sa...

I like both!

Anita Aspfors Westin sa...

Thank's Ria! I am so glad you do!😍

Anita Aspfors Westin sa...

Merci! Thank's!

Anita Aspfors Westin sa...

Thank's Jean😄

Anita Aspfors Westin sa...

Thank's Michele! Very often it is like that; if I go a little further then it is there!

Anita Aspfors Westin sa...

😄👍

The Creative Miss L sa...

Both tiles are pretty.

Anita Aspfors Westin sa...

😄Thank's!

LezliB sa...

I love the additions you made to your first tile! Isn't it amazing what a few little details make to the finished piece. Beautifully done!

Anita Aspfors Westin sa...

That's like a miracle. Just a few strokes, or a shadow or both...That's the same in paintings or other artwork! I Love to be reminded on that myself! 😄 Thank's Lezli!