Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Art

I don't often follow art blogs; however, I like to do scratchboard works occasionally, and came across a blog by a scratchboard artist named Sandra LeFaut. Her work is truly amazing. While there I found the blog of another artist whose work I had seen on The Art Colony. Her name is Karen Hull. Both of these women do phenomenal work. Their links are:

Sandra LeFaut: http://sandralafaut.blogspot.com/ and Karen Hull: http://miniatureartbykhull.blogspot.com/ .
If you get a chance visit their sites. They make me want to aspire to be like them, but I can only hope to be a pin dot as good as they are.

I did some more play-ING around with ING today and created a second tile. I think this week I will enter both tiles in the Diva's challenge. My second tile is actually more like 3 1/2 x 4 because of the way I cut it ( started my tangl-ING before I finished cutting it).

Tangles: ING, Cat-Kin

My Twinchie Tuesday composition:

"Reading is Fundamental"

This week on It's A String Thing we are to use String 56 and the tangles Drupe, Drip-Drop, Dekore, Dust Bunny. I did use all the tangles, but I think my Drip-Drop was more of a Drip.

Collecting Dust

I am going to work on the featured tangle on Square One: Purely Zentangle next. First, however I am going to e-mail my entry to Adele as I forgot last week.

I am still debating what to do about Mama D ( the lady I mentioned in my last blog). I asked her about it today and she got excited at the prospect. I also discussed it with my friend to see how he felt. He's pretty agreeable to almost anything Will continue to think about this and make my decision by the end of the week.

18 comments:

  1. I love your ING tile! Very nicely done.

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  2. I like how you have used Cat-Kin with ING. It seems to make the harsh angular lines softer. Very nice.

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  3. Very nice work on the ING tile. Like the crispness of your lines.

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  4. I like this ING tile and your String Thing is very creative!

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  5. Your ING Tile is very good. Love the flow and your shading really rounds out the ING pattern. Lovely design on your Dust Bunny Tile. Love the coziness of the patterns.

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  6. Wow! You did a beautiful piece using ING. Your other pieces are well done also, but I am really finding your interpretation of ING to me mesmerizing.

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  7. I like your ING tile with the organic touch and the nice shading

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    1. Thank you, I really enjoyed creating this one.

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  8. Your ING is wonderful and Cat-Kin is a nice touch. This is really beautiful, as are your other pieces.

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  9. Your ING tile is soooo beautiful! I love how you have combined the two versions... one very geometric and the other with an organic feel... Beautifully drawn and shaded!

    Thanks so much for stopping by my entry and leaving a comment! That was so kind!

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