Wednesday, October 16, 2013

monotangle - pointillism style


This tile contains only one tangle pattern. It's called Featherfall and Carole Ohl has steps over on her blog at http://openseedarts.blogspot.com/2010/11/featherfall.html
It's a tangle that has always intrigued me. So when the Diva challeged us to do a tile as a monotangle AND to do it pointillism style!, I decided to try it with this. Click the picture to see the detail.

I used my blue and green Sakura Micron Pigma pens in the 05 size. It was fun using the two colors on a feather. It almost gave me a peacock feather feel.

18 comments:

  1. Very beautiful and creative Sue, Love the colors !

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  2. This is lovely, the colours are really effective, i've not done this tangle thanks for putting the link up, i cant wait to have a go

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  3. Very lovely. I love the combination of the two colors together.

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  4. Gorgeous! The feather is very delicate and I like the colors!

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  5. I really like the different colors you used! Reminds me of a peacock feather. Lovely detail :)

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  6. This is just so beautiful and delicate.

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  7. Great Featherfall. I guess when I read the challenge, I took that the monotangle part was using pointillism on the entire tile. The first one I did used a variety of tangles. Guess I need to be more careful about what I read.

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  8. Beautiful! Love those colours!

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  9. so, so, SO pretty! I think you chose the perfect tangle for pointillism, it suits the feather SO WELL! & also, fantastic color choices. love it!

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  10. It's beautiful, and does remind me of peacock feathers!

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  11. How beautiful. I love the color and it is perfect to use pointillism with a feather.

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  12. Sue, your tangling always looks elegant!

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  13. Fabulous Featherfall, your pointillism really brings out it's delicate beauty!

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