Tangled Ink Art

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Wednesday, April 1, 2015

DIVA Challenge #211 Flux

This week at the DIVA's challenge we are taking another look at Flux, an official zentangle pattern.  Rick and Maria just released the step-outs in their most recent newsletter., even through Flux has been around a long time.  They each have their own version of how they draw this tangle.  I had not even realized that I changed how I did this tangle.  The year I tangled prior to becoming a CZT, I always used Maria's version (looking back on my older work confirmed this).  Then when I went to training, Rick taught Flux and from that point on (without even thinking about it) I have used his version.  Flux has always been one of my favorite tangles (mac and cheese tangle, as Maria would say).  I really like both versions and from now on will try to use both of them.  In this tile, I did both versions, with a whole lot of Tipple (another tangle I have been into lately). 


10 comments:

  1. Like the red tipple and the white highlights. Makes things really stand out.

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  2. Great that you used two Fluxes and your shading is done so well. I also like the red orbs in it.

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  3. Great job on both version of Flux

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  4. Oh wow! The Flux looks as though made of silver, and the red accents are just inspired! Like little gemstones!

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  5. As if you placed feathers on little stones background. I love the tipple with a spat or red, and great shading in your flux. Did you do even a little highlighting with White, I love the look of both versions very much.

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  6. Beautiful! The red bits make it a lively tile.

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  7. I am impressed with everyone's work! Love how you used both in your tile. I think they are both so different that they should be named differently....perhaps MOOX for Maria's because it looks like the beginning of Mooka and the "M" for Maria. LOL! You always do such even beautiful stroke work...gorgeous!

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  8. I love the way you used the two versions together! Beautiful tile.

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