Thursday, October 27, 2016

Flux/Nzeppel


Sometimes the simplest combinations of tangles can be the most effective. Here there are only two tangles used; Flux and Nzeppel. A tan Renaissance tile is the base and all the tangles were done with a brown Micron. I drew a simple string that reminded me of scrollwork and added Flux along it. In the opening there was a perfect space for Nzeppel. Shading with a brown colored pencil and highlights with a white chalk pencil complete it.

18 comments:

  1. This is beautiful! I like the flower-like look of Nzeppel -

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  2. I love the flow this tile has and the soft elegance.

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  3. Wow - such a gorgeous and flowery tile :-) Gudrun s.

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  4. This is beautiful Sue. Lovely overall shape and colour and highlights. Very classy!

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  5. Flux and Nzeppel are blended to perfection !

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  6. Sue, I love this! The simplicity gives it such elegance! And I love flower that has blossomed!

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  7. Very clever idea with such a beautiful outcome!!

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  8. Beautiful! A cornucopia with flowers

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  9. Uncomplicated but soooooo beautiful drawn, I love it!

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  10. Lovely use of colour and white on the soft coloured background of the renaissance tile.

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  11. Such a lovely bouquet of flowers

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  12. So beautiful and elegant! Love it!

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  13. wow, it is so beautiful! flux and 'nzeppel melt together to a beautiful and elegant blossom!

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  14. Love the elegance in your zendala! Inspiring!­čśŹ

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