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onsdag 17 maj 2017

Striping the Diva´s challenge

Striping is a challenge I remember from last year. It isn´t about the pattern Striping, it is about using tangles in a striping way as I think about it. So here comes my entry this time:


Well yes, I took a before pic. Before shading and highlighting.


After shading and highlighting. This is made on a piece from an old watercolorpainting. Recycled Fabriano heavyweight watercolorpaper. I love this paper though I have to use thicker pens than on original tiles since the surface is quite different. I didn´t use the distress markers for the shading this time, I only went on with watercolor and graphite. The patterns are: Paizel (Angie Vangelis), Sula (Susan Kelley Pundt), Lealad (Lily Moon), Tattle (Milde Weiss), Nekton and Crescent Moon. I am still happy about the idea of recycling my old sins! 

8 kommentarer:

Ria Matheussen sa...

Thank you for sharing the "before" and "after" tile.
What a difference can give the shading! It's beautiful done Anita.
I always like your way of choice of colours and it is a great combination of well drawn tangles.

Anonym sa...


Your tile with its patterns and colors puts me in the time of the Jugendstil - I love that :-D

Anne's tangle blog sa...

It's always good to see the 'before and after' (I always forget to do that). I like your tile a lot; the tangles and colors are really great together.

Jean Chaney sa...

Lovely tile, and it's nice to see the before and after shading.

Pat Floerke sa...

What a difference between your before and after! I love your balance of colors and tangles - creates so much visual interest.

Tika sa...

Oh my, thank you so much for the before and after. Being new, it is still hard to figure out where folks put there shading.

Lorna sa...

I really like before and after shading. I guess that's the sign of a great tile!

Deanne Biron sa...

Fantastic stripes! Love the colours and shading! Wonderful composition! :)