Monday, April 3, 2017

Frunky


Frunky is a new tangle pattern that I started playing with last night. Laura Harms started doing a video chat where she demonstrated it and I tangled along with her. Frunky is a tangle developed by  Katharina Königsbauer-Kolb. It seems to be a combination of Fescue and Shattuck. The step outs can be found by clicking here.  After I followed Laura I found the original step outs online and found that I ended up doing the tangle in a similar way to the way Katharina did hers.


As I was halfway through I realized I wanted to take a picture without all the shading so you can see what shading adds. Well, since I was already half done I figured I would just photograph the tile at that stage. I added a little more shading to refine details that you can see above.


21 comments:

  1. Shading makes such a huge difference. Thanks for watching! "Hi sue! Hi sue! Hi Sue! Hi Sue!"

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  2. I really like the way that you shaded your tile. So fun to see it in a Zendala.

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  3. Such a pretty tile using Frunky. Nice to see the shading in progress.

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  4. Gorgeous Frunky! I feel I need to do another tile to do it justice as your have! Lovely tile!

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  5. You really showed what this Tangle can do. Thanks for mentioning Fescu - I was trying to work out what Frunky reminded me of but you got there first.

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  6. Terrific to see how shading makes a difference to the tile - it's really helpful in understanding where to shade so thank you for taking the trouble to show it.

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  7. PS - I love the design that evolved which is so full of life.

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  8. Your frunky is so regularly and beautiful, I like it so much. And it's great to see the half shaded tile.

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  9. Beautiful zendala with Frunky and wonderful way of shading! I love it!

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  10. Thanks for sharing your shaded and unshaded versions of Frunky. The elements stand out even before shading, but as you've illustrated, things pop even more with the shading. I also did mine on a mandala. It seems to lend itself to that.

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  11. So delicate and dancing. I love the round format!

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  12. A peaceful and interesting zendala. Very cool. Jackie

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