Thursday, October 16, 2014

Yuma

The Diva's Weekly Challenge #189: UMT "Yuma" by Tina-AKUA, CZT

Thanks Tina for your jazzy tangle yuma, I think this challenge will over flow with interesting tangleations.

What difference an eye makes!



23 comments:

  1. Wow that's nice, it looks like it's rolling like a leaf. I'll have to give it a try.

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  2. I love the dark seeds in your Yuma here.

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  3. Really creative! I love how you can see different "pictures" hiding in the pattern according to how you look at it. Beautifully done.

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  4. Oh, what a interessting Variation, it flows with black.

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  5. Beautiful bird....Love the flow!

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  6. Very fun way to use this tangle. The eye does indeed make a difference! I also like the weighting of the line coming off the edges of the leaf shapes! Stunning tile!

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  7. Brilliant tile! Wonderful your use of Yuma! I like your bird!!

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  8. Lovely rolling undulations in Yuma gives this Tile a relaxing motion that is so soothing. Awesome Tile, Shelly.

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  9. What else can I say, all comments above I wanted to say too. Love this piece....

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  10. ohlala, wonderful, thank you so much. i really hope to see yuma in future also .

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  11. lovely bird effect with the eye. nice flow with the pattern - very nice overall.

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  12. I can pretty much feel the breeze lifting my hair. This is so serene and energizing. Love it.

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  13. Very very beautiful and i see also a beautiful bird.

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  14. I just love how you had those black seeds slide into black flowing sections. Great interpretation of Yuma!

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  15. I love your unique take on Yuma! Great tile!

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  17. Very nice! I like the black. I like the flow.

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