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challenge 80 - Mi2

This weeks Mi2 Challenge terrified me! I had a go at this pattern when I first discovered zentangle a couple of months ago and the results were dismal! This time I focused on the weave effect I was trying to achieve - this worked better for me.

I am happy with the result - I wanted to play with the perspective and make the design appear round and pillowy. Helen

Comments

  1. I love how you have come up with a incredible unique and fantastic tile!

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  2. Absolutely exquisite. What an amazing design.

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  3. Holy cow, this is amazing, you executed this so perfectly. You certainly achieved your goals with this one.

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  4. This is a very beautifull round tangle like a football form!

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  5. You did it! It absolutely looks round and beautiful.

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  6. This is Absolutely Stunning !!!

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  7. This is so different than anything I've seen. It looks like you cut out paper and weaved it together to create the tangle. So unique!

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  8. This is mesmerizing. I love it uniqueness.

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  9. Absolutely amazing work. You've taken Mi2 to the next level. Really nicely done!

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  10. Wow this is different and I like how you did it.

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  11. Thanks for the lovely comments :) I had a lot of fun trying to bend this pattern to my will!
    Helen

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  12. GET OUT! (meant in a really excited good way like holy cow) This is super terrific! You get my WOW award for this challenge!

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  13. Absolutely amazing, Helen. There are no words I can find to express how exciting your imaginative drawings are. Such graceful, fantasy-ful vision you possess!
    Susan
    Norfolk Va

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