Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Zendala Dare #68 - Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is this weeks template challenge. Divide the template and create two distinctive sides. This is a brilliant ideas.
This Zendala I think has a lot of opposites. Can you find them?


First of all I used Tangles beginning with S and E. Why those letters? Because just as I was pondering what tangles to use, we began putting our final arrangements on our holiday which is coming up in a couple of weeks. So I chose the first and last letters of our destination because they are on opposite sides of the word. SINGAPORE.

More opposites: Organic on one side, but yet a different organic in the star. The geometric black and white as opposed to the black lines. By the way that was supposed to be Erins tangle called SOCC but it just did not work nicely there. So I just went with the lines. But there's more.

The tangles I used are: Sanibelle, Sonnenband, Echo, Embellish, Eye-wa.

Loved loved this challenge. Now I'm on my way to see what others have done.
Thanks for stopping by.


10 comments:

Rose Doubleu said...

This is beautiful! I like the distinct difference on each side than just color difference. Well done!

Kelly said...

Thank you Rose.

Jane said...

Nice work! The two sides really contrast and all thedifferent tangles are intersting and drawn with precise detail.

Kelly said...

Thanks Jane - that's the effect I wanted - a total contrast

LonettA said...

Very lovely interpretation for this challenge! Great choice of tangles and nice contrast! Great job!

Anne's tangle blog said...

Your zendala is so interesting that I keep looking at it.
Very beautiful.

Kelly said...

Thanks for your comments ladies! Glad you like the zendala.

Donald Wilka said...

Nice contrast in sides. Like the choice of tangles as well as the shading.

Zoe Brener said...

Very nice! I like the onions.

Tangle Bright said...

How gorgeous! Your Zendala is amazing and I can tell you really enjoyed this dare. Nice work!

Be creative and catch some happy!

Jacque Solomon
www.tanglebright.com