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Diva's Challenge #151 - Mobeus Awareness


15 comments:

  1. Love it with the ribbons of purple knotted together!

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  2. Wonderful! I like the way you create the möbius strip with this great tangle Mak-rah-meh! Very creative!

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  3. This is so neat! Your shading is spot on and the purple looks gorgeous. Nice job :)

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  4. Diane Lachance, CZTJanuary 21, 2014 at 7:40 PM

    Thanks everyone! Lonett - thanks for the pattern name. It was trying to recall the name.

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  5. Diane, I have to agree with Kailey, about your shading! I enlarged it and have just stared at your shading! Very nice!!! And the delicacy of your Moebius symbol speaks love!!!! :0) Share Humanity

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  6. I love what you did with this logo, you made it a real personal thing.

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  7. Beautiful, love the sheen of your fab "Mak-rah-me" ribbon.

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  8. Really clever and elegant - indeed, I do believe you have improved on the moebius strip itself! Great tile, Axxx

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  9. Diane Lachance, CZTJanuary 22, 2014 at 11:01 AM

    Thanks again everyone. I am not confident with color and you know the cure - keep trying! I used Prismacolor color pencils. I found three shades of purple and I did what I have been told to get depth - I layered the colors. The white was a bit of a challenge and you can see where it is a bit pink. The white color pencil was unable to overpower the purple underneath by itself - a case for leaving color off altogether where you want highlights! Let the white paper do the job. So I used my Gelly Roll white. That is when I got the pink. The Gelly Roll mixed with the purple to make pink. So, I finally got some white by first using the white pencil heavily to cover the purple and then I dabbed the Gelly Roll on to bold up the white - it mixed less with the purple this way and looks more white. All of this was experimenting and I have to say that, this time, experimenting was fun.

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  10. Nice job!! You are so creative. I am just beginning and it is my first challenge :)

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    1. Diane Clancy - It is a journey. I hope you stay on it. It is amazing the places you go! :o)

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  11. This is a unique way to do the challenge this week. Excellent.

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  12. Unique take on the challenge. I like the Mak-rah-meh logo. Your layering of the colors looks great. I am still working on that.

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  13. Wow, beautiful knotted. I too had the idea of using that tangle, but just couldn't see how I should use it. You did just the right thing on this string.

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