Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Fassett

The Diva's Weekly Challenge #262: "UMT - Fassett by Lynn Mead"

For our fassett challenge I decided to try 3 different looks.
The 1st one is a renaissance tile with a couple of breakaways. The 2nd is sparkly on a black tile. The 3rd, I rounded the corners of the triangles and randomly squashed them together, the background is a layer of colour with a Copic marker called skin white and shading with a (peach) Prismacolor pencil.

Thank you Lynn for fabulous fasset!






19 comments:

  1. Those are all so lovely. Your little thread bits are fun;-)

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  2. Isn't it a lovely tangle to work with?
    Love how you combined the first one with crescent moon.

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  3. I keep going through these and trying to pick my favourite - but I love them all. Even the fleshy pink one which isn't a colour I'd usually go for. Such a light touch you have! I am wowed!

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  4. I love what you did with Crescent Moon in the first one!!!!

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  5. Three beautiful tiles! I really love what you did on the first one. You're style is so pretty and lovely!

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  6. All so beautiful - all so very distinctively your work, Michele. Love them. Axxx

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  7. All are great but I do have a favorite - #1. The way you did the lines, coupled with the dark center gives the fasset stars such volume! You teach me so much! I thank my lucky stars for you so often.

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  8. All three are so great at using this tangle. Really beautifully illustrated. I especially enjoyed the colored one at the end. It was flushed with just enough warm hues to make it seem alive! Happy spring to you! Sarah.

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  9. Awesome, al of them. I ame fan!Great

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  10. Shelley, can always count on something great from you!

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  11. What can I say? Of course all of them are gorgeous!

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  12. Fabulous Fasset Fest you've got going here. Love your "breakaway" and your Peach "Masher" is just luscious!

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  13. I love the third tile, your choice of delicate colors, it's what I love in ZIA

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  14. Oh these are beautiful! I love the loopy border treatment on the top one, and as usual, the last one is finished off like a restaurant dish with a drizzle of something intensely flavored - that little flick of the wrist you give to your designs is so amazing and so trademark Shelly!

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  15. Like the highlighting in the Renaissance tile. The black tile. The tangle really stands out. Kind of glows.

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  16. Real eye-catchers these Fassett tiles of yours - they won't let go! ❤️👁

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