Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Happy New Year zendalas


Erin at The Bright Owl posted a zendala template that I'm really loving. I decided to do it twice. Once with color and then again with more traditional black and white.  I love the way the color one expresses the excitement of New Year's Eve. I stayed up last night to watch the ball drop in NYC and it looked like such fun. At this point in my life though, there is no way I would stand outside in the cold for hours and hours so I'll just enjoy it on TV!     

Happy New Year!!!


Black and white can be so soothing, especially after the dynamic one I did first. Tangles used are Facets, Framzs, N'Zeppel, and Paradox.

11 comments:

  1. I agree that your first Zendala really captures the excitement of New Year's Eve! I love it! And your second has all the hallmarks of your elegant and accomplished style that I so appreciate. Axxx

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  2. Like the highlights and movement in the first one. Does look festive. You used some of my favorite tangles in the second.

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  3. Love the first one! It's so exciting and colorful and full of movement. Your second rendition is perfectly drawn. Love your choice of tangles.

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  4. Both are beautiful. The first one sort of reminds me of an old phonograph record spinning, with the added excitement of the vivid color. The second one is so beautifully executed.

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  5. They are so different but also so lovely. I love the color, teh movement in the first one and the light in it is great. The second, more traditionel is also very beautiful with great tangles.

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  6. Both are wonderful! The first one is very special... I love it!

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  7. Woooosh!! Your #1 is moving so fast!! And #2 puts on the brakes in such lovely fashion. Great work, Sue.

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  8. Both are very lovely. I love the color in the first one.

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  9. Both are very well done, but I have to say that the colored one is just beautifully explosive. I love the sparkle best!

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  10. Oh, I really like the moving color in the first one! Very cool!

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  11. Your first one is beautiful -- I especially love the light. The second is wonderfully drawn with a great combination of tangles.

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