Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Superimposing Strings

The Diva's
 Weekly Challenge #174: Superimposing Strings

Aimee from CZT Seminar 12 has suggested we double up on strings ......draw a string then overlay with another.

Thanks Aimee, I enjoyed these.

Z shaped string, turned the tile and then another Z.

a square string, turned the tile, another square.
Amazing how a circle appeared in the centre.

 
2 curved lines, turned, 2 more curved lines.

18 comments:

  1. Oh. All three are wonderful. :)

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  2. They are all quite lovely. I think I like the one with the curves the best.

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  3. Well I can't decide wich one I like the most. They are great all three of them, the first one with great B&W balance in combo with the red/braun, the second one by using the renaissance tile, so the highlighting is awesome, and the third one because of it airy and delicate look.

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  4. All very nice Shelly... Love them all... nice color contrasting and design is well thought out... Love, Light and Peace...Bonnie

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  5. I enjoyed studying your tiles. Great white highlights in your second tile.

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  6. WAUW, all of them are very, very beautiful!

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  7. Three beautiful beautiful beautiful tiles! :)

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  8. Each one is as beautiful as the one before. And, they are all so different with a complexity that is so inviting to the eye.

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  9. Hi, Michelle! i have a question. Did you do a tile recently with Romanancy tangle? Also, of course, I love these three tiles!

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    1. Hi Angela, I can't quite remember, it rings a bell, can you send romanancy to me please? Thanks

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  10. I like them all, but I especially like the 3rd one and how you combined the various patterns

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  11. Lovely - particularly the last one. I like that it's busy - lots to look at - without being overdone.

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  12. Three terrific Tiles. Beautiful work Shelly.

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  13. I love all three, love the colors too.

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  14. that's pretty cool how that circle turned up in the middle of squares! i really like the way you incorporate the brown on the white tiles.

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  15. Terrific tiles. At first I thought the first was my favorite, but I really like the third one, too. Your work is always beautiful.

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  16. All three are beautiful! Great use of black and brown!

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  17. Great compositions on all three. I think my favorite is the last though. It has a great flow to it.

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