Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Dominoes as a string

The Diva's  Weekly Challenge #213: "Traced Object Strings"

Ok, I made it simple this week by tracing around a domino piece.

Alice and Jane have started a new Facebook page called Zentangle - Stacked and Tangled. Alice says that tangled stacks are rows of tangles that go in the same direction and touch. They may be vertical, diagonal, horizontal, circular, or semi-circular as long as they touch.
My dominoes are falling off their stack but that's what dominoes do!!!



14 comments:

  1. Just when I was thinking, Oh yes, this works really well for grid based patterns, I spot Nzeppel lurking top left, so, clearly, it works for fluid patterns too. Anyway, I like this a lot, especially the way colour is there but subtly. Thanks, Michele, I'm off to have a look on Facebook.

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  2. I like your interpretation of this theme, great shading!

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  3. thank you so much for linking to our new facebook group! you're the best! and your dominoes make for a wonderful stack!

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  4. Thanks so much, Michelle for the mention! We love the work you have submitted for our page. Me so much so, that I tried out one of your circular stacks on an Apprentice size tile and just posted it. I know you used Opus, but I have none of those and thought baby steps would be best to get started. Thanks again!

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  6. Nice tile...interesting string!

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  7. Beautiful tile and I love how the black background makes it stand out!

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  8. I love how you did the unexpected with rectangles and grids on a round format. I love how your mind works!

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  9. What a brilliant idea for the tracing challenge! Love the treatment on the black mandala tile and the dimensionality of the dominoes!

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  10. Beautifully rendered and am loving those renaissance colors! Gorgeous!

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  11. I love your falling dominoes...nicely done!

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  12. I love stackers and you have made a really nice composition using that idea.

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