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Monday, February 28, 2011

Weekly Challenge #11: Monotangles-my attempt

Here's my response to Laura Harms' Weekly Challenge #11: Monotangles.  I've been playing around with a Cadent in Cadent, and this was a good chance to really play with it. 

I did another attempt in color, but the scan was truly horrible.  I suspect that my scanner may be going on the fritz.  *sigh* 

25 comments:

  1. Your are very quick! What a great variation of cadent! The tangle is fantastic! :)

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  2. OMG, Sandra - that's awesome!! I think it might be floating in water (that's what the little drifty bits off the edges remind me of). xoxo

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  3. Oh, I love the depth and one large cadent filtering back to lots of smaller ones! Clever!!

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  4. This is wonderful! It has a rustic character that gives the impression of age....from times when craft was incredible. Yes incredible!

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  5. Wow! This is absolutely magnificent, Sandra!

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  6. That border is great, along with the rest. It really adds to the design and loosely follows the same pattern.

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  7. The first thing that came to my mind when I saw your finished art was amoeba. Like these little microbs were floating around in this drop of water and they all of a sudden clung to one another and wa-la! Cool.

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  8. Love you tangle, now to find time for mine.

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  9. once again you came up with an excellent idea.
    I really like your result.
    jeannine

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  10. I love the layering. Wonderful!!!

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  11. Lovely interpretation of Cadent, really enjoy your deconstruction and accent on the orbs and swirls of this tangle!

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  12. how do you come up with art like this week after week? You rock !

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  13. that is so cool...your tangles always blow me away! Love your work! Thanks for inspiring!

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  14. Wonderful! I love how it goes back, and back, and back...
    --Margaret

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  15. I just saw a different art of cadent. Seeing the different interprtations everyone has is inspiring. This in and interesting twist on the tangle. I see both a happy amoeba and a gentle flowing Borg Cube Ship (so much nicer than the species themself!).

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  16. There must be a scanner virus going around, mine is acting up too. :( Love your tangle!

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  17. It takes cadent to a whole different level. A wonderful level!
    Barbara

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