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Monday, March 21, 2011

Weekly Challenge #14-Walk the line: My attempt

5"x5" GlobalArts Handbook.  Micron Pigma pen and Pitt Fat brush pen.
Laura Harms' Weekly Challenge #14-"I walk the line" is to do a tangle using only straight lines.
I'm contrary, so I had to use the lines to try and suggest curves, lol.  But I kept them strait (well, as straight as my lines ever are, lol!).  Even my shading was done in straight lines only.

18 comments:

  1. Now this is gorgeous line work. I knew it would be perfect!

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  2. that's totally great, you had me fooled on the checkerboard pattern, so I tried it out and it really does work,.....the lines are straight!!! you did so much detail with all the thin lines, you have much patience!! wonderful work.

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  3. A challenge within a challenge? I like that! And you are very successful with it. Great non-curved curves!

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  4. Super effective, love those straight lines that appear curvy, now that's magic!

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  5. like the bold areas against the fair ones. did your name help in any way? hehe
    GREAT job.

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  6. WOW Awesome could have sworn you said this would be a problem no sign of it here Lady. XOXO Zoe

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  7. I was curious how you would work this out. It´s amazing as ever! Creating non-curved curved lines is such a great thing – and you mastered it tremendously…

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  8. oh i love the illusion of curves, you rebel you. ;-)

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  9. Love it! You got to try some of the same things I wanted to try, only better. I was thinking of some ways to achieve curves and you got them :D

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  10. Wow! I love this one.

    So much dept into it!

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  11. Love the M. C. Escher feel to your piece. This has so many levels, nooks and crannies. Great job!

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