Sunday, 1 September 2013

Zendala Dare #71

Here is my zendala for this week's challenge on The Bright Owl.
Моя зендала для задания на этой неделе на The Bright Owl.


This week's pattern
Щаблон для этого задания

27 comments:

  1. Ого!!! мне кажется, это какой-то непрекращающийся поток энергии изображен, что-то постоянно генерируется внутри и вырывается наружу, но весьма облагорожено и красиво)) (ну это мои видения-ассоциации))))

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    1. Нина! Спасибо за такие красивые слова! Я чувствую себя бездарнее и бездарнее каждый раз, когда я что-то опубликовываю, но мне нравится делать это всё.

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  2. Very nice. I love the solution to the florals and you've done some great drawing on that background pattern.

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  3. Nice work. Looks like you incorporated both Midoosa and Crusade in the same Zendala. Like Crusade as the background.

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    1. Thank you, Donald! It's a Crusade "gone wrong", not that anything can go wrong in Zentangle. But I definitely had fun with this one.

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  4. Beautiful zendala! Especially I like the way you create the florals. The background is brilliant! Very nicely done.

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    1. Awww, Shylaa, sweet words, as usual! Thank you!

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  6. Nice zendala! Strong shading and well balanced.

    Be creative and catch some happy!
    Jacque Solomon
    www.tanglebright.com

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  7. your tangles with the flowers is great. So is the background. Your shading and balance between black, white en grey is great!

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  8. Really nice. I like how you made those flowers just disappear!

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    1. Thank you Jean! I also like how I made them disappear :):)

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  9. very nice I love what you did with the flowers so elegant looking

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    1. Thank you! Everyone seems to like the flower bit. I'm not huge on flowers in designs, so try to cover them up.

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  10. Beautifully done! I love the tangle you used on the "flowers".

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