Thursday, January 22, 2015

Diva's Challenge #201: Moebius Syndrome

This Saturday, January 24th, 
is Moebius Syndrome Awareness Day. This week's challenge is to do a tile in honor of the Diva and her son, Artoo (who has this syndrome), and to help raise awareness of it.

I have used the Moebius Syndrome Foundation's logo as the string for this tile, the tangles Meer and Kiss within the string, and the Diva's tangle Artoo lacing through it.


I used a Sharpie fine purple pen, as well as a Micron 05 purple pen, and Prismacolor pencils in Dark Purple, Parma Violet, Mulberry, and Spring Green; and overlaid the Artoo tangle with with a Green Metallic Gelly Roll pen. Of course the metallic shine doesn't show up.  

I have another idea; if time allows I'll try it, and maybe post it.

15 comments :

  1. Very lovely tile. Like the Artoo.

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  2. I love the earthly organic feel to your interpretation of the Moebius Syndrome Logo, it's a real alive and zesty tile. Very well done xx

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  4. Absolutely beautiful tile with these lovely colours and tangles!

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    1. thanks, LonettA. I appreciate the complement.

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  5. A lovely Tile. Love your colors and design. Artoo is such an appropriate and organic pattern. Well done.

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    1. Thank you, David. I'm glad you like it. I agree that Artoo in appropriate pattern. Thank you so much for providing the link.

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  6. Very pretty, love the vine going through!

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  7. Thanks for describing your creation...the metallic pen color on the Artoo design is beautiful with the purple color! A beautiful creation of hope for this day of awareness...bright and shiny!

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    1. Thank you, Lynell. I'm glad you like my tile.

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  8. That's always a pity, that you don't see the metallic shine. Your tile is beautiful, Audrie, with the bright green in it.

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    1. thank you, Annemarie. Your comments are always appreciated.

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