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Challenge #220 - All Boxed Up

I have no idea how long it is since I've done a challenge, but it feels like forever.

I made my way to the Diva's blog today and noticed that Alice's All Boxed Up was the UMT Tangle for this month - wonderful! I've been meaning to have a play......but, you know, life keeps on keeping on and I just didn't get a chance.

I've kept it simple, because I do love a bit of minimalism :)

All Boxed Up Tangle Pattern

There's a couple of things that I would change if I did this again :) I do think there's a lot of potential for playing with shape and perspective with this tangle.........maybe when I have more time.

hx

Comments

  1. as usual, you've come up with a totally different take on this than anyone else would do. Just fabulous.

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  2. Box with a shine, lovely composition Helen.

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  3. Great way to draw "all boxed up"

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  4. I looked at the blogpost you've mentioned and I must say: I love your interpretation! Your work always is a joy to look at!

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  5. Really love your 'basic' approach of this tangle, because the result doesn't look basic at all!

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  6. You have such a lovely style to your work. This is amazing.

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  7. I really enjoy seeing what you can do with a tangle. The possibilities are endless and you always come up with something that is flowing. Splendid!

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  8. Humm...a beautifully shaded "ribbon box"...must be Helen Williams. Lovely work, as always.

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  9. I love your perspective! I've been wanting to see what you would do with all boxed up :) Whoot! Whoot! Thanks for making it beautiful :)

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    1. It's a fun pattern, Alice :) Thanks for sharing it! h

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  10. I love all the odd angles and shine! It's pretty dang awesome! Thanks!

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  11. I don't know how you do it, but you manage to make a tendril out of ANYTHING! hahahaha....this is terrific. I love the ribbony look of it, with the gleams and highlights. Delicious!

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  12. I like the origami look you've created and the way the pattern "falls" down the page. Original and very well done.

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  13. As usual, an amazing take on a new tangle. I sure I wish I had your vision! You are so clever!
    Barb B, CZT

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  14. It's so good to 'see' you back :-)
    Less is more is the only phrase that I can think of, seeing your zia.

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  15. So cool! I LOVE this version of the tangle and you've done such an amazing job of it! Love looking at your work - so inspiring and original.

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  16. Wow! Absolutely gorgeous and elegant!

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  17. Was glad to see your post. Was wondering how you ungrid this tangle. Great job.

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  18. As always, you do such wonderful and unusual things! I get such inspiration from you!

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  19. So stunning Helen! You are such an individualist and have such a unique take on these challenges. That's one of the reasons that you are one of my artistic idols. Beautiful!!

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