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Monday, December 27, 2010

Laura Harms "Weekly challenge #2"-My attempt

Here's my work using Laura Harm's Weekly Challenge # 2- using the two-Pencil technique for a string.  Although, I cheated.  I used two pens instead of pencils.  Pencil lead makes me sneeze for some reason, so I tend to avoid using it.  Pens worked just fine, and the technique was great fun.  I think I may try it with my 'Slalom' tangle.  The In and Out glide 'round and 'round the circles should be a lark!

16 comments:

  1. Tghis is a great challenge idea.Like what you have done with this one.

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  2. Gorgeous! You get around without a pencil pretty well!

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  3. Wow, you went all out! Your pen shading is beautiful as always.

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  4. Beautiful! I love your strings and especially the braid at the top. Wow!

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  5. Oh yes, this would be fun to see with Slalom. I'll await that with baited breath. But this piece is 'gliding' rather spectacularly itself, M! Like Heather, I too love the challah-like braid at the top (it's making me quite hungry for fresh baked bread - and it is almost breakfast time here). As always, the intricate details of your design draws me in - and brings me back again and again (each time seeing something more). ♥ it!

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  6. Yes, the braid at the top is terrific!

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  7. Inspirational as always, just great, again.. so glad your playing :))))

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  8. Thank you all. These challenges have been such great fun!

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  9. This is wonderful! I love the section at the top with the look of a braid. AWESOME!

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  10. This one is just so rich! I think that you are awesome in every aspect of zentangle and zendoodling!

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  11. This is GORGEOUS!! Your work is just astounding to me. I'm always amazed by what you tangle. :)

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