Tuesday, 1 July 2014

Weekly Challenge #174: Superimposing String

This week's challenge is brought to us from Aimee Belair, CZT


Her challenge is to superimpose strings - place a string on top of another string .  I fiddled around with a couple of strings at lunchtime and wish I had taken a pic as now I can't even tell where the strings are.
 
It's 1 July, but seeing as we are a day in front, I think I need to post for day 30 - create each day in June!! yay!!! it's quite a feat - the being creative is not hard but the posting is so time consuming.  Check it out here Whimsy and Zen with Kelly Barone.

Thanks for looking :)
 without shading



with shading



13 comments:

  1. Actually I like it both ways... generally the shading is always improves mine... but yours are strong both ways... Love them both.. .Love, Light and Peace...Bonnie

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  2. Both are great, and I do like the one without shading as much as the one with shading, they have both their own personality.

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  3. I always like seeing the difference shading makes in a tile. It gives it such a different look, softer than the first.

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  4. I like that my eye keeps moving. I saw the dangling hearts first and then the teepee shape in the middle. Then the shelves, ooh, and there's a flower!
    I envy that you manage this so well without it becoming over tangled.

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  5. This is a great example of what shading does! It's a lovely tile, Lila!

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  6. As always, a pleasure to view. I know exactly what Sal means - there is so much to discover (and learn) in just about every thing you do.

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  7. Oh yes, Lila your shading is a treat.

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  8. Beautiful tile, I love the shading!

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  9. You are so comfortable with your Pattern work, Lila. Your lines are so positive and assured, and you blend different patterns together seamlessly. Both versions stand alone and are beautiful. I love them both.

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  10. Beautiful! Especially I like the shaded version!

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  11. Very nice.
    It's interesting for me to see that the version "without shading" gives a stringer impact (I'm not sure stronger is the right word here, but it will do for now). The shading takes it to a completely different place...

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  12. Your shading really points out how a piece can be more dramatic with shading.

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