Friday, May 2, 2014

Camelia - black magic


When I was at Tangle U we had a wonderful assortment of teachers who taught us all sorts of new techniques with a variety of products I hadn't tried before. One of the classes was with Marie Browning using the Irojiten colored pencils. We used a black tile and an embossing technique. It was a fun technique to use with this week's challenge, the tangle 'Camelia'. I'll be adding this technique to my advanced classes in the future. 

16 comments:

  1. This is sooooo cool, Sue! The color, *texture* and application of Camelia make your tile so unique. That must've been a fun event. I've seen pictures on other blogs and looks like it was a blast!

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  2. very nice effect. I found the embossing was and coloring was tedious for me but, your results are beautiful! Fantastic tile.

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  3. Wow, a great take on the Camelia challenge. I love the effect! Axxx

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  4. Fantastic! I like the stone-like effect on your tile :)

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  5. I love how it looks, as if it was made of stone and as if it glowed at the same time.

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  6. I love the spiral Camelia!! Nice.

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  7. Lovely! You've achieved a really beautiful effect with your new techniques :)

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  8. Beautiful, Sue. I love the spiral, and the stonelike effect is great.

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  9. Wow is all I can say! Hope to learn the technique some day! (Would love to see an explanation of how it's done on the zentangle site.) Beautiful work!

    Jacque
    www.tanglebright.com

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  10. This is gorgeous! Very interesting technique with great results. Wonderful colours!

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  11. Such an interesting technique. Your tile is beautiful.

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