Wow, Michelle, this is stunning.
You always managed to show us an original and beautiful interpretation of the challenges. I love your tile!
Wow that's beautifully done and is jumping off the page!
What a clever idea. I looked at it for ages, working out how you'd done it. (I suspect it seemed obvious to you but it took me a while.) Did you know how it was going to turn out or did you just do one bit, then add something? (The latter being the Maggibee method usually. If I have a purpose I tend to get too wrapped up in end product.)
Oh no, very unplanned, it's always a surprise! Like you if I try to plan I end up going down a different track anyway.Thank you for asking
I agree with all of the above;-)
I love this too!May I ask a question as well? I recently had a long awaited delivery of Rennaisance tiles, I was so excited..do you shade in them graphite, I find them so very delicate? Is this just me being too heavy handed perhaps? Your results are so polished and beautiful :)
Thank you Hilary, yes I do shade with the graphite pencil but very carefully especially smudge lightly. The white charcoal pencil is a bit softer so that's fine.
A wonderful way to draw Auraknot.The outer "Meer" edge look like feathers, so lovely!
What a beautiful composition. I love to see what new ideas you come up with since you are always so unique in your art. Absolutely stunning!
So fun, love your striped reflective Meer. Such a lovely take on this challeng!
This turned out beautifully. I have struggled with Auraknot and wouldn't have dreamt of trying a shape with so many points but now I have a goal! Thanks for this.