Wednesday, November 26, 2014

ZENTANGLE - ZAI - Weekly DIVA Challenge #195

Turning Old into New Challenge


Each week the Diva on her blog puts out a challenge for folks.  This week is the Weekly Challenge #195 : Turning “Old into New”
So here is what the Guest Diva, Sandy, says this week “Imagine your favorite go-to tangle pattern. Something you love; something you draw all the time. Is it a grid-based pattern? Or is it a ‘scatter’ pattern, that you can just use randomly to fill up a space? If nothing comes immediately to mind, go poke around on tanglepatterns.com …or pinterest. They’re gold mines for tangle patterns.
Here’s the challenge: If you picked a grid-based pattern, pull it out of the grid and make it a freeform one. If it’s a freeform pattern, make it a grid-based pattern. That could mean several rows or a single row, drawn as a border. The idea is to change the structure of a pattern, while still retaining its basic elements.” So this is a little ZIA (Zentangle Inspired Art) Turning Old into New.

Here is my drawing :





I have just unwinded 'printemps'. Most of the time i draw grid-based patterns, and i'm less comfortable with freeform one. This change my design. This time I did not follow the dimensions of zentangle tiles. 
(I apologize for my bad english)

Voici le lien vers ma galerie de dessins: https://flic.kr/s/aHsk399kix

13 comments:

  1. very pretty tile - I love your unwound printemps

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  2. Nice flow and use of negative space.

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  3. Lovely tile! Wonderful movement here!

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  4. Un très beau design. Beaucoup de mouvement mais contenu comme une rivière. J'aime vos contrastes très nets. Bravo!

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  5. Who would have ever thought Printemps could be so pretty. Very nice!

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  6. Love how printemps has grown into something quite alive and organic! Beautiful work!

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  7. A lovely tile, I like this free Printemps.

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  8. I love the printemps set free. They really became so organic this way. Lovely tile.

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  9. Love it !!!
    So clean and elegant.
    I love how you created layers of depth, and the overall visual impact

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  10. I love the way you unwound Printemps. This is a gorgeous tile.

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  11. Très joli. J'aimerais voir plusieurs tuiles juxtaposées comme un carrelage, cela devrait être sympa. Continue. Cécile

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  12. Très joli, maintenant, il faudrait juxtaposer plusieurs tuiles comme pour un carrelage âge, cela devrait être joli. Continue.

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Bonne année 2018