Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Diva's Challenge #112 - TUXEDO

Our challenge this week was to use the Tuxedo zentangle from LeeAnn a.ka. Ledenzer.
I find these grid type patterns hard to do. My brain just does not work that way. The zentangles with the more flowing lines are easier for me.

These 2 are just tests, and me just playing with the pattern. I'm quite happy with the results, and look forward to using it again.



11 comments:

Anne's tangle blog said...

Both are lovely! The second is my favorite because it's so original.

Kelly said...

Thanks Ann.

Daniele OBrien Design, CZT said...

These are great, I especially like the 3D effect of your tubular Tuxedo, shading and perspective are spot on.

Susan said...

You may not like them that much, but you certainly do them beautifully. Very nice!

ledenzer said...

Hugely successful! I love how you gave them pizzazz! I really am happy you participated. I too do not prefer grid patterns....but they do work for fill.

ledenzer said...

I really love what you have done with tuxedo! Gorgeous! Thank you for participating....I love the diverse things that are being done with tuxedo.

Chrissie said...

You have given so much movement to your tiles. Very nice.

tanglewithlinda.wordpress.com said...

They are both gorgeous and quite unusual. The shading on the second one makes it look really cylindrical. I like the cadent-y border on the first one too.

Kelly said...

I am overwhelmed by your generous comments Thank you. After playing around with tuxedo for a bit I think it will become a favorite.

Donald Wilka said...

I would say that you definitely won this struggle. Both of these are great. You have a great consistency in them. I really like the cylinder.

Helen said...

For someone who doesn't like grid patterns you did a fabulous job with it. Love the cyclinder!