Tangled Ink Art

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Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Challenge #73 UMT: Bridgen

The first Monday of the month has rolled around again.  This means that Laura at the Diva challenge is using a random number generator to pick a tangle to challenge us with.  This week we have the tangle, Bridgen, from  CZT Carole Ohl's husband, Daved (who is also a CZT).  On my first attempt, I tried it with a lot of different tangles inside the string that Bridgen creates, but I didn't like it because Bridgen really got lost.  So, when I tried it again, I stuck to one tangle, Baton (by Carold Ohl)...keeping it in the family, LOL!  I put in a little Ahh, and I like this one a lot better. 
TANGLES:  Bridgen, Baton, and Ahh

19 comments:

  1. The inner tangle patterns are perfect for the Bridgen string! This is such an eye catching tangle!

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  2. Love your tile! Bridgen and Baton really look great together and the little touch of "ahh" add quite a flair.

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  3. i love this, sue! what a fun piece - the little flower pieces (is that ahh?) are a great touch!

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  4. Hi Sue,
    I LOVE the little "aah" moments in this piece. The shading gives it such nice dimension and movement. Nice job.

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  5. Like this tile very much! You did a great job with it.

    Annemarie Huijts

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  6. I love it--it's fun and the shadow lifts it off the tile. Great job!

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  7. Your sparkle adds the perfect touch!

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  8. This particular tile is really special. I think it's because your line work is so precise, and your shading adds so much dimension. Lovely!

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  9. Add my vote. I like it, too
    Barbara

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  10. Wow! I really, really like this. Well done!

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  11. Wow, this one is stunning! I love it.

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  12. Such fine detail and the shading is just right.

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  13. Oh, I love Hollibaugh with Bridgen and those little doo dads really jazz it up. Great tangling!

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  14. Sue, I always LOVE looking at your tangles!! I would really love to be a czt, but don't think it will ever happen. I just can't travel that far and leave my hubby alone. I think teaching others to tangle would be great fun...I aspire to be as creative as you are with my tangles!!

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  15. Thank you to everyone for your kind words! I really appreciate you taking the time to comment on my work, it means a lot to me!

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