Monday, August 15, 2011

Zentangle Challenge #35

Our host, Laura Harms of I am the diva, invited Margaret Bremner of Enthusiastic Artist to issue this week's challenge.  Our mission should we decide to accept it was to draw a tile on a tile.  And...being the over-achiever that I am, I created a tile on a tile on a tile.


I love this 3d kinda stuff!  To see other entries, click the diva's link above.

Hope you had a good day.


12 comments:

ledenzer said...

Gorgeous!

Terrie said...

Okay you over-achiever, you! This is really great and I'm inspired to try again. Your use of tangles to create the breaks and changes between angular and curved is genius.

Enthusiastic Artist said...

This is really lovely! Someone else did a diagonal one, something I never thought of. I'll have to try that next! The double "mini-tiles" are a cool idea too.
--Margaret

Mother Julie said...

I love yours and it is making me re-think this!

GinaA said...

This is really good, the twisted stack effect is stunning.

Dielle said...

Oooo, I think this is my favorite one I've seen of this challenge! I love the stacking of 3 blocks and your wonderful shading!

Shelly Beauch said...

Wow, super effect, love the arrangement!

Sarika Chowdhery Sharma said...

WoW!!! This is 3 tiles in one ...love it

Susan said...

You achieved great dimension with your shading! Love it!

Diana Hirsch said...

Wonderful art! I didn't see the tile-on-tile-on-tile at first, so amazed by the "2nd" tile which pops. Inspiring.

Erin said...

I agree with Terrie. Stop being such an over achiever! ; ) I thought my tiles were pretty good until I saw this. I love how you managed to fit 3 tiles in and they have such depth. Beautiful work.

Jay said...

Love the shading! I could just pick the tile up it is so dimensional!!!