Dienstag, 1. September 2015

Diva Challenge #233 "Zenith"

Welcome back, dear DIVA!
Yes, the guest bloggers did a great job this summer. Thanks to all of them!

This week you asked us to create a tile with the new official pattern by Rick and Maria Thomas - "Zenith".
I have seen this pattern in the Zentangle newsletter and I liked it immediately. But I did not take time to try it up to now.
Finally, today I spent some time with this pattern and played with it a little bit for your challenge.
It was not my intention to draw a Zendala, it just happened! And so I created my very first own Zendala without any template and I must say - I am proud of it!
Thank you for this great experience!

Kommentare:

  1. Did you deliberately turn your Zenith into butterflies? It's lovely.

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    1. No, I must admit that this was not deliberately, it just happened... But I was happy when I saw it...;-)

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  2. You are right to be proud of this, it is beautiful and a clever interpretation.

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  3. Das ist ja eine coole Variation von Zenith! Einfach zauberhaft mit den Schmetterlingen darin und überhaupt die Idee einen Kreis damit zu erzeugen finde ich super :-) Eine wunderschöne Kachel hast du da gezeichnet, gefällt mir sehr. Liebe Grüße, Sandra

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  4. Oh, you made butterflies! I love this, especially your pink center which adds to the happy feeling!

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  5. Nice! you turned spiky Zenith into a pleasure to behold!

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  6. I love this! The design is really beautiful. Thank you for visiting my blog~you asked about the colors I use: for my current set of ATC's used a watercolor wash using mostly blues and warm browns (inspired by rust) then I use watercolor pencils (usually blue and/or purple) to shade the line work. I hope this answered your question.

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  7. I love this! The design is really beautiful. Thank you for visiting my blog~you asked about the colors I use: for my current set of ATC's used a watercolor wash using mostly blues and warm browns (inspired by rust) then I use watercolor pencils (usually blue and/or purple) to shade the line work. I hope this answered your question.

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  8. Your Zenith in the round turned out a lot better than mine. Like the touch of color.

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  9. Yes, you should be proud of this beautiful result!!!

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