Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Moebius Syndrome Awareness


The Diva has brought so many fun challenges into my life. I am thankful for what she has done. She faces a challenge of her own though. Her son has Moebius Syndrome. So this week we are using the symbol for the Moebius Syndrome Foundation and seeing it in our own ways.You can find out more information about Moebius syndrome by following this link  Moebius Syndrome .

I used a purple pen and contrasted the roundness of Tipple with the straight lines of Paradox. A purple colored pencil did the shading and color on the edge.

18 comments:

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  2. The symbol looks like it's the center of the flower, very pretty!!

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  3. Another great piece. Love the purple.

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  4. Beautiful! Sad to hear about the Diva's son. My prayers are with her.

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  5. A Moebius in zendala form! Pretty in purple and design!

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  6. Ooh lovely. So simple yet so effective.

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  7. Great choice of patterns for this Zendala. Beautiful.

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  8. Sue, you created a lovely piece here and your shading is fantastic!

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  9. Great pice Sue. It has real movement in it. You kept it simple with just a few tangle patterns but that made it really powerful. ;)

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  10. A beautiful zendala you made. I like the contrast in the tangles.

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  11. Wonderful idea to do it as a Zendala. What better way to express support visually!

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  12. Stunning. Like the way the tangles seem to work together.

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  13. Such a beautiful Zendala... I love the choice of tangles. Your work is beautiful, and the color really adds to the over all delight!

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