Tuesday, November 25, 2014

DIVA Challenge 195 Turning Old into New

This week's DIVA challenge is brought to us by CZT, Sandy Hunter, and it's great!  Change the structure of the tangle....ex. if it's grid based, make it free flowing, and if it's free flowing, put it in a grid.  She gave us lots of wonderful examples to demonstrate the challenge.  I picked 3 of my favorite free flowing patterns and put them in a grid.....Betweed, Printemps, and Mooka.  My favorite turned out to be Betweed.  When I was done you couldn't see the grid and it looked like a whole new tangle pattern with a flower shape where they connected.  I shaded on the grid lines so you could see the individual Betweed.  I only wish I would have used a larger string. If I have time this week I am going to do a monotangle of Betweed in a large grid as it creates a pretty cool looking patternThanks for the interesting and fun challenge, Sandy!


19 comments:

  1. Love them all. It's amazing how putting one pattern in a grid creates a new pattern. Patterns within patterns, the beauty of Zentangle.

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  2. Your Betweed looks great in a grid. I love how the tangles change when they are in or out of the grid.

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  3. Great. Your Grid-Betweed looks beautiful .... and I´m very curious to see it in big :-)

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  4. Great, lovely composition as well!

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  5. Wonderful and very elegant tile!

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  6. yes this is beautiful - love betweed in a grid

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  7. I love your Tile, Sue. All three patterns look good in your grid. Your shading off the negative space is particularly effective. Beautifully done.

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  8. Great tile. I remember Maria doing something similar with Betweed at Training. Was not really as a grid but had the same star shape.

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  9. A beautiful tile, the open spot in it makes it quite special.

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  10. Very elegant tile and you actually managed to put mooka in a grid! Bravo!

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  11. I love the negative space that looks like a giant flux...great shading there! Never would have thought to go that direction, wonderful designwork.

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  12. I really like Mooka and Printemps in this grid way - looks wonderful :-)

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  13. Lovely! I really like how you've done mooka - way beyond my efforts :)

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  14. These patterns work together great. I didn't do the challenge this week, but I will go back and do it when my hands work again. Anyway, I love the Betweed and the Mooka especially. I may have to try something along those line. Great tile!

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