Tangled Ink Art

Tangled Ink Art
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Thursday, September 10, 2015

DIVA Challenge #234 CanT

My, how Laura's boys are growing so fast, and such cute back-to-school pics on her blog!This week's challenge is to use the tangle, CanT, which was created by Chris Titus at the CanTangle retreat in Regina, Canada this past summer. I was at the retreat when she shared it with all of us, and knew right then it would be a hit. Chris shares a lot of variations for this tangle and once I tried it I find you really can take it in so many directions.  I did all of mine as monotangles so I could really get the feel for it.  Love it, Chris!  Glad to have you back, Laura!

Black Micron/Black Pearls/Shading


Sakura Gelly Roll Pens
Left: Stardust Right: Metallic

13 comments:

  1. Such lovely shading in the first one! It really resembles a leaded glass window.

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  2. Fantastic! I love the way your shading and coloring give the tile new and exciting patterns and all from the same pattern.

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  3. I love your coloured tiles although your black pearls are really shiny. It always amazes me that such a tiny thing can be made to look so glassy and shiny,

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  4. Great tiles! I love the first one. The shading is stunning.

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  5. On the first tile the alternating small and large center circles makes it look 3D Love it! The shading is great too - maybe done with grey pen?

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  6. WOW, I love what you did!!! My favorite is the first one.

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  7. Lovely tiles. The first one is my fave...so moody and dark but not heavy at the same time :-) Lovely work :-)

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  8. The shading on that first one really makes it pop! Love it!

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  9. So beautiful! Love the shading on that first one and the colored ones are spectacular.

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  10. so beautiful work, i like the colors

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  11. I love how you altered the grid just a tiny bit on your first tile so your shapes are more oval than circular. It really makes this look so graceful. I absolutely love your metallic color tile. The pattern seems to shift and change with the color changes. Beautiful!

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  12. Sue~ Your first tile looks like a delicate kaleidoscope ~ GORGEOUS! I love the colors on the last two, also!

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  13. Brilliant Sue! I LOVE the first one - the way you made the lighter sections appear to be underneath or behind the darker parts. And what a neat way to show differences in the two types of gelly roll pens - they are lovely!

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