Tuesday, August 23, 2016

#DC281 - "Tangle study-ING"

Turns out it's a Paradoxical-ING thing.  I have loved ING since I first found it in my early Tangling days.  Always fun, it is.


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  1. I was pleased to see you pop up on my blog! Nice to have you back with a challenge. Your Ing is really super with its inner twists and turns. Your shading and those tiny dots really make this eye catching.

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    1. Thanks Jean, it's good and fun to be back.

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  2. I feel like this presents a beautiful fork in the road!

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    1. Ah, but the turnstile isn't open at the fork. Hmmmmmm. Neat though that that's what you saw. Thank you.

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  3. Love the combination of Paradox and ING and also the look created by using two colors and shading. PS: Thank you for your assistance in identifying the tangle I couldn't remember the name of in my response to the ING challenge.

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    1. Thanks for the compliments Suzanne. Glad I actually remembered the name of a Tangle. It's because I really like messing around with Arukas that I know it.

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  4. Love the combination of Paradox and ING and also the look created by using two colors and shading. PS: Thank you for your assistance in identifying the tangle I couldn't remember the name of in my response to the ING challenge.

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  5. Dudley, great combination of tangles for your ING tile and really love it in the round with sepia! Really beautiful!

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    1. Thanks Patty. The Zendala tiles are always fun especially since I am incapable of actually creating anything that is unilateral, even, repetitive or mandala like; so it's fun to charge around in the round and see what wacko things happen.

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  6. Beautiful tile, love the flow of your Lovely ING Zendala.

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  7. Great zendala! I love the curvING;-)

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  9. I love your use of aura and the fluxING tangleation. Must try ing with curves.

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  10. I do like your zendala!!! Good to 'see' you here again :-)

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  11. Great zendala, I admire what you did with ING!

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  12. Absolutely gorgeous zendala! Very creative!

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