Wednesday, 15 October 2014

Weekly Challenge #189: UMT "Yuma" by Tina-AKUA, CZT

It's way past my bedtime but I like to see what the Diva has in stall for us for the week.  I usually take a peek then try to work on my entry the next day (during my lunch break mainly).  Being in the Southern Hemisphere the time difference sometimes gets in my way as the Challenges are posted quite late and I have work the next day.

The challenge is  'Use My Tangle 'by Yuma by Tina Akua-Hunziker CZT.  I wasn't going to draw tonight because 1.  It is late and 2.  I had no idea how I was going to draw Yuma to make it uniquely mine.  I didn't see any scope - how wrong was I as I was very surprised with the end result.  I hope I have time to play with Yuma some more.

Thank you Laura for organising these challenges and to Tina for a delightful tangle and a big thank you to my visitors - have a lovely week.






21 comments:

  1. Lila, this has a very lovely Native American vibe - just the thing for the Yuma tangle. (Since I moved to Arizona, I can't help but pick up some bits of knowledge about such art) Very nice!

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  2. Beautiful! It reminds me of feathers and eyes ;-)

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  3. Oh, you did find a way to make Yuma a "Lila" tangled piece. Very nicely done!

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  4. Very pretty and good to use it on its own.

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  5. Love 'your' Yumi - it is a very versatile tangle! Axxx

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  6. great, great, great. i really like your version, thank you.

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  7. I love how you have made 'yuma' uniquely yours. Just gorgeous

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  8. lovely monotangle - you've made Yuma into your own and it looks great

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  9. I love what you did to make this tangle 'yours'.

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  10. I love how tangling can surprise us as we create. Your style is evident and very lovely.

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  11. A wonderful, beautiful Tile. So much life, and vibrancy. Love how your shading added a huge component in the overall design. Yuma, a terrific pattern, is magnified by your touch. Well done, Lila.

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  12. Your art reminds me of the description of an angel(?) in Madeline L'engle's book "A Wind in the Door"... a sphere, with eyes all over, peeking out from under wings.
    This seems to be floating and so light. I like it a lot.

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  13. This is so wonderful! I like it!!

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  14. I toyed with the idea of using Yuma as a monotangle, but reverted to form and used it with others. Yours came out really well.

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  15. Wow/
    There is a certain quality here that I don't know how to say exactly - "cleaness"? "perfectness"?
    Your drawing pops from the paper (Screen) right into my eyes.
    Beautiful.
    I wish there was a recipe to create this effect (and if there isn't, a video would be great )

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  16. This is an awesome version of Yuma! I love the way you have "popped" outside of the shading to extend the lines ... it gives it a lot of movement. Very nice tile!

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  17. I like what you did with this tangle. Great movement.

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  18. I love the dimension, especially of the circle and then how the lines extend past the circle is really nice.

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