Monday, August 19, 2013

Diva's Challenge #132,

This is the 2nd Monotangle Diva's Challenge in a row: this time use Bales as the focus, but with the extra twist of using your non-dominant hand. Not so easy! When I first tried it, I realized that I would have to practice using my left hand for a while before I could even attempt doing the challenge. Even after I used my left hand to make a few stabs at it, I realized that I will probably have to play around at it on a more regular basis before I can get any good at it. And after checking out some of the other artists' work, I realized that I probably had bit off a little more than I could chew. But here it is, for all it's worth:

I urge you to visit the Diva's site to learn more about
 the challenges, and most of all to see the 
amazing art being created in response. 

Till next time; thanks for visiting. And, as usual, 
 comments are always welcome.

17 comments :

  1. Wow, I am impressed. Your non dom is nice and strong.

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    1. Thanks so much. I guess it came out better than I thought.

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  2. Well done! Ambitious and beautiful! You did challenge yourself and you did a wonderful job!

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  3. That looks awesome! So much great detail for not using your dominant hand.

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  4. Beautiful, I can not see this is your not dom hand! Lovely!

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    1. Thanks. I guess that's what I was aiming for.

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  5. Don't know why you worried I think that you really did a great job with this!

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    1. Thanks; I'm liking it more and more. Enough that I decided to try another one.

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  6. You did very well and did not make it very easy for yourself with the black squares in it.

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  7. Beautifully done, and I think we all felt the pressure to try to be as good as we could. It's was fun to challenge ourselves this way, and you did an admirable job.

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  8. Nice firm lines. Did a great job.

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  9. Wow! you must be ambidextrous! that is nice!

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