Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Grid (un)Locked

The Diva's Weekly Challenge #122: "Grid (un)Locked"

Cool stuff!! I was very careful not to go overboard and do to much with the Zendala.




 

28 comments:

  1. Both your tiles are just fabulous!!

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  2. These are both gorgeous. It's amazing how the little grids come together to make a totally different look than the grid. I'm just now starting to understand this concept. Each new entry I look at, I see at least one grid where I go OH! I have to try this one. Maybe I'll do a fav one where I pick out one of my favs from several submissions. Wouldn't that be fun to do?

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  3. Oooh, I love the "Man-o-man" grid for the second zendala, how clever is that!! The effects on the cross are just WOW!

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  4. Wonderful work as usual! I'm really drawn to the top one!

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  5. Wonderful metamorfose. Especially I love movement in zendala, but both are very beautiful and special.

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  6. Both are lovely. I really like what you did with the first one. It's so different!

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  7. Wow again, of course! Your tiles are some of the prettiest ones I have ever seen. Love these and they are a perfect example of what the challenge is supposed to be. For some reason, I was confused on what we were supposed to do. After looking at your submission and all the others, think I will go back and do another one! Thanks for the inspiration! :)

    Be creative and catch some Happy!

    Jacque Solomon
    www.tanglebright.com

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  8. Both are great, but the first one is my favorite. This idea of yours is so very creative.

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  9. Wonderful, love your lovely curves and white space interacting on the first and your second is like a beautiful little grid gallery.

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  10. These are so wonderful, what a great job you did this week, well every week actually.

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  11. Really like the first, especially the Striping. Like how you took a tangle as a template in the second one and then used different patterns to give a completely look. I have to admit that that is not a tangle I have used. I just cannot get the spacing to look the way I would like.

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  12. Love them both, but the first one is my favorite!

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  13. Love these tiles Michele! The depth of the Zendala is awesome!

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  14. Your work is so awesome! I love both tiles.

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  15. I knew yours would be great. You are an expert by using tripoli when I go through your work. So this one had to be great too. And Yes you didn't disapointed me. You make the grid seeds come to live. Awesome.

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  16. Oh... I really like the first one!
    Somehow celtic about it?

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  17. I like your designs, the first one is stunning and my favorite. I like the second one too, I like all your designs.

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  18. Both are amazing! I just love the Bunzo in the first tile! I love the string for the second tile! Beautiful all around!

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  19. I love the restraint of white space

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  20. Love your zendala :) What a good idea !

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  21. Wow! I love what you've done with top one, where the grids intersect and a new pattern is in that section. Very creative!

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