And I also blended a little Fescue and Allium into it as well. Can anyone tell me the name of the sine wave tangle I used in the two areas on either side of the fescue-kuke? I love that one and can not recall where I saw it or what it is called. I can see maybe using Kuke again sometime so I am glad I tried it, but it will likely not ever be a huge favorite. I will be honest and tell you that I did one other piece that I did not have time to scan but I didn't really like it much. I used small circles and the pattern definitely looks better larger in my opinion. The smaller scale really makes it just look busy in my other example. Hope everyone has a good week. We are headed into summer here and I have a few more weeks off before my summer classes begin. I intend to enjoy every minute.
Before I go I will share two other pieces I worked on these last two weeks...
This one just came out of wanting to use Phicops again and explore the Frickle and Fern like tangle that was inspired by the tea box the other week. I also love leaving sections blank, which I hadn't done in a while.
This one came out of trying to decide what tangles to introduce during my 15 minute spot on Zentangle during an end-of-semester cultural celebration for a class a couple of weeks ago. I ended up using Socc and Betweed and Kunstler.
I love your work...even Kuke! It is amusing how we tend to gravitate to certain tangles.ReplyDelete
I really like the different ways you tried Kuke. I love it, but I agree with you about it being busy if too much of it is too close. All of your pieces are beautiful and your drawing is amazing!ReplyDelete
Your variations on Kuke are beautiful. Your other tiles are great too.ReplyDelete
I agree your Kuke looks great, escpecially because you filled in three different ways. I don't know the wavy tangle name, but I love it. It has a great 3D dimension the way you did it with the great shading. Your other tiles are great too. Funny the way you let flow the tangles into a tail.ReplyDelete
Nice Tile! Your variations of Kuke are clever. I love what you did with Frickle and Fern.ReplyDelete
All these tiles are lovely. I really like the variations you did with Kuke. The fescu filled kuke is really nice.ReplyDelete
The sine wave tangle looks like my tangle sinuous. If you have Made in the Shade, then that is probably where you saw it. If not, then someone else has the same tangle with a different name. I absolutely love your phicops in the second tile. It just flows beautifully.ReplyDelete