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Monday, January 11, 2010

Way Below the Ocean--Raffle ended 1/17/2010




This raffle was won by Margaret Storer-Roche on 1/17/2010.
Prize: This 6x6 drawing done on Mi-tientes paper with Gellyroll, Glaze, Souffle and Koh-i-nor pens.

Rules: Enter a comment telling me what you see in the drawing.  Be sure to leave a name and email where I can contact you, if you win.  If you have problems leaving a comment, please email me at rooibas@gmail.com or let me know at my Flickr site.  I'll make sure your name gets entered!

International players welcome.



A name will be drawn from the list of commenters on Sunday the 17th.

38 comments:

  1. I think there is an animal, a furry animal in there hiding as I see it's fur and eye but I'm not sure what it's hiding in or from. But it's really cool :))

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  2. I love that brown scaled stripy critter peeking out from beneath the blue.

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  3. Cool! I see a bunch of baby animals in a nest!
    Rachel
    sunswirlgirl at aol dot com

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  4. This is really great. If it were an ATC I would want to trade!

    It looks like an under water scene. The underside of an octopus with starfish and the eye of a giant squid looking for something to eat!

    I love it!

    Lela (you have my email address)

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  5. I see at the bottom of a treasure chest many different jewels, precious stones, silk fabrics, a toy top made out of wood with gold stripes.
    flowerlady56

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  6. Love how your zens look 3d sweetie! Sanna

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  7. Oops forgot to say what I see, I see a kaliedascope of shapes and designs with a carrott growing in them!

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  8. In the center I see an octopus' eye and part of its head hiding within sea anemones and other underwater elements...oh and also bubbles! :)
    Great Blog by the way!

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  9. Hmmm, I think lots of underwater stuff but hey, there's a pine cone in the ocean! The surprise element!

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  10. It's an underwater dreamscape unfolding before our very eyes......Just beautiful Sandra...Wonderful palette! :)

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  11. I see a basket of treasures floating in a basket at sea and the sea creatures are trying to help themselves.
    Carey
    San Diego, CA

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  12. Je vois une tempĂȘte de neige et beaucoup de rafales de vent dans un paysage qui vole. Bises. Framboisine.

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  13. It's an eagle in a swimming pool, with chocolates!

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  14. I see stars and flowers marine and polyps
    in the sea with a huge fishing net, and other marine flora...

    sorry for my english

    una Debora StORdyta!

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  15. Those tiny white flowery things are looking like tiny mermaids to me, and the Blue parts are looking like the ocean and white pearls, and the brown parts might be sparkling gift wrapping paper which makes that whole thing comlicated... erm... but those brown-black striped little parts might be shells which brings us back to the ocean theme. *lol* However, it looks great!!
    MoonDance/Nadine

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  16. I see layers of fabric, some hanging and some piling up on the floor, like one might see in a dressing room after opening night of a play.

    This is a very nice piece Sandra and I would love to win it!

    Cynthia (ashazart AT gmail DOT com)

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  17. It looks like an underwater scene to me, with tentacles and bubbles that are at peace on the ocean floor. Thanks and keep up the great work.

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  18. Welcome, welcome! Thank you all for dropping by! I love what you have come up with. You always surprise me with your creativity!

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  19. I see marine life investigating the ocean floor. Great picture...Great Blog !!!
    t42goller

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  20. I see a princess crown and wiindows, also bubble wrap! I see a fish, 2 shells and bubbles! Lots going on. Love it. Thanks for sharing and thanks for the drawing! Love your work. =-) HUGS, Judy

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  21. Land meets earth. There is water and land, and animal life from both in between. Starfish, jellyfish, and something furry peeking out.
    Very inspiring work! ~Beth (bethvant42@yahoo.com)

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  22. Love the zentangle and I see an eye watching me all the time. Margie (mepartist@gmail.com)

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  23. Pearls floating at the bottom of the sea. Love it along with your other work.

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  24. Is this the Royal Octopus' Lair? I see bejeweled blankets, sea flowers, shells and bubbles surround the octopus' eye. I am again in awe of your work!

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  25. Hello all new joinees! So glad to see you here!!!

    Note to self: Add Lindsaywhimsey & Sillesix to raffle.

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  26. You Zen looks to me like luxurious quilts strewn on a big comfy bed....ready to snuggle into and dream of more Zens to do!
    Betsi
    betsiohara@gmail.com

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  27. I thinkn it's a puppy hiding in a lingerie drawer...the stuff below the "eye" looks lacy!

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  28. I always love seeing your Zentangles! They are very inspiring!

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  29. I see dreams of a room with many layers flesh and stone water and air, but it's only a dream

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  30. I am fascinated by close ups of the roots of trees.In fact I can lose myself in the journey. In the above work I see an artist that creates spaces to explore visually, and travel around and through. Here I see myself entering "Valley of Scarves". Nice piece and great series. Regards,

    Lynn

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  31. One day Ernst Haeckel was drawing while picnicing at the seaside when along came a huge wind which took him, his drawing, and tablecloth to the bottom of the sea. A little creature peeks out, or maybe Ernst himself. I would so love to win this drawing!

    Wendy

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  32. Hi Sandra!! So great to hear from you!! Hope all is well! I LOVE this! It reminds me of an Escher piece!! Love the colors and "textures"!! I wants it!! Heehee!! :-)

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  33. Hey Sandra! To me it looks like an oceanscape of some sort... i'm sure if I stared at it for hours there would be all sorts of things to see and worlds to ewnter... brilliant!!

    -Tlouey / Sara
    wolftlou(at)hotmail.com

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  34. It's a picaso of the sea, it has a sort of oriental feel to it, there looks like 3 fish swimming together possibly sisters, and there's a sea sponge and perhaps caves and anemonis, in this reef.

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  35. Hey Sandra,

    You know I think Jacques Cousteau must have had dreams that looked like this...these are marvelous to look at.

    Mellanie
    genxsterish(at)gmail.com

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  36. Hey girl !! I finally made my way here !! LOL! I am taken under water with this one. I see starfish,seaweed and octopus legs in this. I would say... Two thousand tangles under the sea !LOL!! Awesome again... or as usual Sandra!! Keep tanglin.. Rose Twofeather
    flamingocreek@yahoo.com

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  37. The winner was Margaret Storer-Roche. Sorry about that. I had the name down but forgot to change the link color so that it was visible.

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