Wednesday, August 20, 2014

The Diva's Weekly Challenge - Water


16 comments:

  1. your tile makes me think of a fountain, nice colored

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  2. This is just magical, beautiful, yummy colors. Love your highlights and wonderful composition. What kind of pencils/markers did you use?

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    1. Hi Dani,
      I used the Inktense water color pencils. I take a wet brush and lift the color off the tip of the pencil and make a puddle on a piece of paper or a flat plate - adding water and more color to get the intensity I want. Sometimes the color needs to dry and then get a second coat. I dabble at color but I guess the results indicate I should dabble more often - surprised myself... :o) Thanks for the feedback.
      Diane

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  3. Absolutely wonderful tile! Great colours, too!

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  4. It's like jewelry! I want an armband and a necklace in that pattern...luscious!

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  5. Lovely droplets of water and great colouring.

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  6. Beautiful tile. Love the colors and how you chose to photograph your tile.

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  7. I love this tile a lot, beautiful colors, great chosen tangles and a beautiful background for your photo.

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  8. oh-la-la, that's the tile idiscovered in the challenge #181....allow to say: i like it(...for best:-)

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  9. Thanks everyone - I surprised myself. So today I am using Bijou tiles to make some letters for my grandnieces to play with - the letters to their names. I am backing each of the letter tiles with a second Bijou tile and I put them together and drew a scene, including a Bijou in the center, so they can put the scene together like a puzzle as well. Using the Inktense water colors for the color and having fun and learning more about color.....

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  10. Beautiful! And I love your color.

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  11. Beautiful !
    I love the main pattern that flows through the tile, and your coloring.
    The background scene - brilliant :)

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  12. Good job. I love the colouring!

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