Monday, February 24, 2014

Weekly Challenge #156: "Curvy Gridlock"

When you can't draw straight lines for a grid tangle just go with the flow. Without thinking I started with a straight string. It really stands out with all the curvaceousness going on!


Yincut, St John's Cross, Knight's Bridge

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  1. I love seeing what everyone is doing with the tan tiles. Yours is awesome!

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  2. I love how the Knight's bridge hooked onto the St. John's cross...Great job!

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    1. That was actually one of those unplanned occurrences. I love it when it happens!

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  3. I love how you did this. I get so wrapped up in using my brown pen and white accents for the tan tiles, that I forget about using black. It's such a nice contrast.

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    1. I know what your mean Kathy. I always seem to take a deeper breath before I start a tan tile but I am sure we will both get more comfortable with time.

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  4. A yummy tile. I wish I could figure out how to use different colored pens and have such a beautiful result!

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    1. Thank you LeeAnn. You should not think too much about it and just draw. I know some of the tan tiles are so scrumptious it puts a fear into you but remember this is all done for relaxation. So easy to say.😀

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  6. Beautiful, love your yin-cut, it is so organic.

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  7. I love the stark straight line. and the colours too!

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  8. Beautiful! I love your wonderful Yincut!

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  9. Super elegant tile, Debra! I don't know St. John's Cross but it's lovely and works so well on the tan tile. Axxx

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  10. Like the tan tile and the white highlights. The black really stands out.

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  11. Love color. So can't but love this tile!

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