Thursday, January 23, 2014

Zendala Dare #88, Part 2

I said at the outset that this template has great possibilities. So I've been playing around with it all week. When the step-outs for Aquafleur were made available, I thought it would be perfect. But after working on it for a while, and seeing Jafael's beautiful interpretation, I realized that I need to loosen up a bit; this is a little stiff. But here it is anyway.

 I even did a little lighthearted version, but still not freeflowing, as Aquafleur should be.

Then I decided to forget about Aquafleur for the time being, at least for this dare, and try some color. So here's a little Zendala color-wheel:
All in all, I've enjoyed working on this Dare; it's really a great template.
Be sure to visit the the Bright Owl's site; see the other wonderful entries, and maybe try out one of the Zendala Dares yourself.

Thanks for visiting; please leave a comment, favorable or not. I'd love to hear your thoughts. That's how we learn and grow; and how we know someone out there is paying attention.

Have a wonderful day, week, month; see you all next time.



10 comments :

  1. I think they are all three beautiful, the first one because of it's boldness, the second of it's openness and I love the soft, overflowing colors in the third one.

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    1. Thanks, Anne. I'm so glad that you like them.

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  2. They are all great, love the 3rd coloured one, it reminds me of the childrens little windmills that you blow.

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    1. Thank you, Lynn. You're right about the colored one. I thought it looks like a pin-wheel, too.

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  3. Love them!! the colorwheel.. is so pretty! and all artists can use a colorwheel!!

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    1. Thanks, Karen. It's true that artists need a color wheel, but this one isn't very complex. I guess it would work as a starting point.

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  4. I like them all as well. The middle on reminds me of someone danicing! the final one is delicate looking and very creative with all the colors

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    1. Thank you Jane. I'm glad that you like them.

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  5. Gosh, all three are fabulous and I can't pick a favorite! Wasn't this a fun Zendala Dare? Yours are beautiful. :)

    Keep tangling and catch some happy,

    Jacque Solomon
    www.tanglebright.com

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    1. So glad that you like my Zendalas. I always admire your work.

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Thanks for visiting; please leave a comment, favorable or not. I'd love to hear your thoughts. That's how we learn and grow; and how we know someone out there is paying attention.

Have a wonderful day; see you all next time.