Tuesday, 9 September 2014

Weekly Challenge #184: "New Official Tangle: ING by Molly"

Here we are, another weekly challenge; another week closer to Christmas :)

I had seen 'ING' around the traps for a little while now and I was keen to try it out.  I think it's because it's such a basic and simple looking tangle with loads of possibilities.

For my first ZIA I drew 3 'ING' columns - quite small and compact bridging the 'columns' together by adding some diagonal lines and filling the area with 'Cubine'

My second ZIA shows it drawn in a curve 'S' shape - both ways are appealing to me but both styles are fairly structured (its what I'm naturally drawn to)  I should play with 'ING' some more.  I think next time I will try drawing it in a more random style.

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  1. I like both tangles, but I think the S has a little more personality. Love the dangles.

  2. Two terrific Tiles. Beautiful merging of patterns and masterful shading. Your dangle tangles are delightful addition to your ING tangelation. Love your work, Lila.

  3. I love what you did with Ing. Joining them with another tangle that really flows was a great idea and the curved ones with the dangles is really nice too.

  4. Wow, love them both. But the first one is my favorite. It looks like a lot of cute doggies walking in a row.
    Great effect!

  5. wow ! What a beautiful set of tiles.
    I love the first tile and how you made ING create a kind of a grid. Simply beautiful, and most creative.
    I love the second tile, which I can't make up my mind if its more organic, or more "jewel" like :) In any case it is stunning.

  6. Lovely tiles, especially the 'S' one!!!

  7. The Cubine gives a very interesting dynamic to the first tile. You connected them well. The second has a more relaxed feel to it. The shading adds a lot.

  8. Both tangles are very nice. I especially like the curved one. You wouldn't think that was possible with such an angular pattern. Good work.


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