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Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Diva's Weekly Challenge #173

Diva's Weekly Challenge - "Redux, Remix and Revisit" - any challenge that I can use "Quib" is a challenge I adore.  I've tried to remix it by weaving it with another pattern and I like the affect I've achieved.  I find "Quib" to be a very freeing pattern, one that actually breathes and grows as you draw it, it's a pattern that has a life of its own.  Much loved and much adored by yours truly.
Stay beautiful
Chrissie

14 comments:

  1. WOW Chrissie.. I LOVE THIS TIA... very very active and GREAT tangling going on here... love it... Love, Light and Peace...Bonnie

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    1. Thank you Bonnie, that's really kind of you. I have been over to your blog tonight and the colours and deliciousness of your page and tiles is amazing.... it's oozing love, light and peace :)

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  2. Really dynamic, like the juxtaposition of curvy/organic and hard/geometric tangles.

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  3. Oooo, this is so nice. I get a delicious spicy Spanish Vibe from this beautiful piece. Wonderful design. I really like what you did with Quib. This piece does not sit still. Awesome. I love it.

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    1. Thank you David, I really appreciate your comments, it's very humbling as I am a personal fan of your work, you're tangling some very beautiful stuff.

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  4. Fantastic piece of art. There is so much going on that they eye can't rest. I love the way you have Quib going in and out and I really like that Southwest style pot with the red accents.

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    1. Thanks Jean, it is a bit busy, but I think the busyness is harmonious, I've tried to create some balance to settle it a little. You can see my experience with colour, just some red marker, your colour work is awesome, you are really achieving some great blending in your backgrounds and shading. I've loved your colour work this challenge.

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    2. Thank you, Chrissie. We must belong to the mutual admiration club :) I love your work also!

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    1. Thank you Anne, will be over to your blog soon :)

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  6. Like your woven Quib. The tangles going from lower left to upper right remind me of the old tops that my Grandmother use to have. Would spin them on the round end hard enough to go up on the stem. Not the easiest to do but fun when it happened.

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    1. Thank you Donald. I really look forward to your comments when I participate, they are always so thoughtful and insightful. I'm glad you've enjoyed my woven Quib :)

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  7. Such an unusual combination of tangles - works wonderfully well and you have great shading here. Love the touch of colour too. Axxx

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