This is for the I am the Diva weekly challenge #344: use the tangle Afterglo, by Carole Ohl. I created the image using a software package called Inkscape, placed it on a black background, and applied the filter Combined Lighting to each of the objects in the image to create a metallic effect.
This is for Joey’s Weekly Challenge #194: “use the word Joy on your tile and tangle around it using tangles that begin with the letter J.” I used Japan Diamond, Jax, and Jujubeedze. I created the tile using Inkscape, placed the image on a black background, and used the filter Combined Lighting to create a Read More
This is for Joey’s Weekly Challenge #192: create a tube and use the tangle Paradox. I created the tile using a software package called Inkscape and I also used the tangles Knightsbridge and Skwril. The following video shows how I created Knightsbridge. Inkscape: How to Create the Zentangle Knightsbridge
This is for the I am the Diva Challenge #342 — “use the two tangles Paradox and Bunzo.” I played around with a lot of ideas. This one, which is nothing more than a geometric design, is the one I liked the best.
This week (November 13, 2017), Joey’s challenge is to use a 3D version of the first letter of your first name and the tangle Elvira. My first thought was to fill the letter with flowers as I have seen others do, but after I constructed the 3D letter, the corners were so sharp that the image Read More
This is in response to the I am the Diva challenge #338. I was really happy about this challenge because I could do anything I wanted as long as I did it on a black background. I had doodled what you see below on a piece of scrap paper while watching an extremely boring television Read More
Joey’s Weekly Challenge Submission Patterns Florz: Frunky: Huggins: Pokeleaf: Yew-Dee: Name Unknown (filed as Red Cross):
Another week; another challenge. This week I combined the requirements for the I am the Diva and the Joey’s Weekly challenge. Joey’s challenge is 3D, one of my favorite things. Also, I want to say happy 7th birthday to the Diva’s son Artoo.
This is the final week of Joey’s nine week challenge. Click here for an explanation of the challenge and the submissions for the previous weeks. First, I want to thank everyone who left a comment. Honestly, if it had not been for your kind words, I believe this project would have gone into my stack of Read More
I have tried my hand at another I am the Diva challenge. This challenge is to interpret the pattern on a Petoskey stone. When I saw the pattern, I immediately thought of the hexagon design I plan to use on tile six of Joey’s nine week challenge. To read about that and to see tile Read More