Thursday, August 20, 2015

"The Undulating Tangles in C and S minor"

This week's guest host at I am the Diva is Sharla Hicks, CZT
Her challenge is to use an old favorite 
undulating C or S curve tangle 
and work in a series 
OR find a new one and begin a new series. 

Here is a series of tiles using Squid, which is full of undulations.
The first 2 are the same, except the first is unshaded, 
and the second is shaded.
 This one has less appendages and more Tipple
This one speaks for itself
And, of course, this one is white on black.

There are also some older ones I did a while ago:

 This one is Mooka masquerading as Squid
I call it Son of Squid
 and Son of Squid with Tipple
 For now, I think I've exhausted all avenues in this series, 
so I'm going to quit.
Thanks, Sharla, for a fun adventure.

Be sure to visit the Diva's site 
to see the other wonderful entries; 
it's amazing how different all the responses are. 
Maybe you'll be inspired to try out one of the Challenges yourself.


  1. Wow, Audrie I like what you did with Squid so very much. These are all so beautiful.

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

  2. Very nice tiles, all of them. Although similar they are so different!

    1. Thank you, Simone. I appreciate your comment.

  3. What a marvelous study of Squid! I really enjoyed looking at your wonderful variations. I will definitely be incorporating this tangle into my work.

    1. Thank you, Karen. I'm glad if my work inspired you.

  4. I can see you had fun with this one! I love seeing all the different takes on the same tangle, and you've done them all beautifully! My favourites are the Squid in the corner, and the one on black.

    1. thanks, Sue. I always like white on black, too.


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