Wednesday, 5 November 2014

Diva Challenge #192

It's UMT week,  with guest challenger Chris Letourneaux giving us her tangle "Seton" to create a tangle-ation with. I loved the design but got too carried away with too many details. My final tile wasn't crash hot either but here it is.
Tangle: Seton, Onomato and Ennies

Also this week I kept working with Betweed. I did a mono tangle of it in a watercolour paper book, painting in watercolour paints. To get the intensity of colour I wanted I needed to work in layers, but I was pleased with the result.


We are in a lovely season of Spring right now and the roses are in full bloom. We were fortunate to have purchased a house which came with rows of rose bushes down the driveway. They are so delightful!

Many thanks for all the kind comments for last weeks blog, they are much appreciated.

8 comments:

  1. I love the details you put in Seton!

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  2. I love your Seton Response Tile, Anne. Great details. Looks a lot like a pattern one would see on the background of security papers like stocks, bonds, checks, and the like. Love your betweed tile also. Beautiful colors. I am a big Rose fan and love your Rose Image. We are just getting into Winter here, and the last roses are being enjoyed as clippings in the house at this time, and frost has put everything outside to a winter sleep.

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  3. Your Seton tile is gorgeous. I like to see so many different approaches to this tangle. Enjoy spring and it's flowers, we (in The Netherlands) are heading for winter now.

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  4. Beautiful seton tile, and your colored betweeds are awesome, very warm colors with great betweed combos

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  5. I like your seton - especially the intersections. Your between is gorgeous - just love the vibrant colours. and how I wish we were just going into spring instead of winter - such lovely roses. envy.

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  6. The lawyer part of my brain also expresses itself in detailed designs sometimes. :) But, yours is not just detailed, it's creatively detailed. I'm also impressed with your colored version of betweed.

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  7. I kept working with betweed this week too! It's addictive!!! I enjoyed the structure of Seton though and all of it's griddy-ness. I like grids. Thanks for your inspirations.

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