Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Tippled Knight?

For the past few days, I've been deep in the "icky" part of working on book #2: organizing and research.  I was feeling kind of grumpy even, but thanks to a lucky click, I ended up at this week's Diva challenge.  Yay!  A duo-tangle of Knghtsbridge and Tipple?  I am so there.  I'm going to be featuring both of these in the book, so this is just what the doctor (diva) ordered.
tippledknight
Now that I've had my tangle break, my brain is clear and I am ready to think again.  I can't tell you how much I needed that.
Do you have a cool tangleation of Knightsbridge or Tipple that you think should be featured in the book?  If so, please let me know where it is in a comment below.
Thanks for stopping by.
Keep calm and tangle on -- Cris

14 comments:

  1. what a great zentangle you made. so much depth there. love it. it you are looking for more zentangles with this combo, just check out the links below Diva's blogpost, I've been doing so and there are a lot of pretty, impressive and creative ones

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  2. I love all the white space, just a beautiful creation!

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  3. Very nice take on these two tangles. The top left reminded me of a crossword puzzle book left and curled open to a page.

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  4. Lovely tile. I like the angle shot!
    Not sure if you've seen these or not:
    http://enthusiasticartist.blogspot.ca/2013/02/knightsbridge-and-then-some.html
    http://enthusiasticartist.blogspot.ca/2013/08/tipple.html

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  5. I agree with Margret, the way you made the shot is sensational. I like your double string here, give s the tangles more strength.

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  6. A wonderful interpretation of this challenge! Great idea to used a double string here!

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  7. Very cool! Love how this flows, and I really like your variation in the upper right corner!

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  8. Chris, your design looks wonderful. Looking forward to your new book.

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  9. Really enjoy how you've changed up knightsbridge in the different sections of the tile.

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  10. Lovely variations and shading! Like it!!

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  11. Like the way you took the picture which appears to accentuate the flow of the tangles.

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