Monday, August 27, 2012

Weekly Challenge #84: "String Theory v. XI: Blind-Sighted"

Close your eyes to draw your string. 
That was the prompt for this week's Diva challenge. 

This is my string...



...and this is my tile.


If I hadn't just sat here and watched me do it, I wouldn't have believed it was the same string in both scans. I know the original string is in there somewhere, but I've added so much fluff to it that I can't tell if it's even rotated in the same direction as the scan of the finished tangle. 

So if you're looking for a second challenge, feel free to hunt for the above string in this tangle. Pretend it's 'Where's Waldo', only in this case Waldo is very skinny, very tall, and very bendy. And gray. And shirtless.



24 comments:

  1. Wonderful! Love the tangles you used here.

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  2. Fabulous, love your charms and style! Danglees, Snails and beautiful tangles. Perfect!

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  3. A chellenging strin, and a fabulous tile! Way to go. I love blind strings; they give such interesting shapes to use.

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  4. I don't think it matters that the string has disappeared - this is a really great tile with all its decorative swirls and patterns.

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    1. Thanks for the comments... Aquarius, it definitely doesn't matter; I just think it's weird that it's so lost even I can't find it. ;o)

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  5. Very creative, Love the combination of tangles!

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  6. Amazing transformation from string to finished piece and yes I can see the foundation of the string!

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  7. You actually got me looking for the string, but sorry to say: haven't found it!
    Great tile

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  8. Even though the original string can't be discerned, the result is beautiful. Great job!

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  9. Amazing, great use of tangles they combine perfect.

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  10. Very beautiful.I like the dark center it draws the attention

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  11. An beautiful design, it flows and each tangle seeems to hug and cling to the next one.

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  12. absolutely stunning. It's like a work of nature. And, as Pinnochio might say. ..'I got no .strings. ...'
    ;@) Fi

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  13. That's the fun, like a game! Hide the string. Beautifully hidden too! Love the dangles.

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  14. loving all your dangles. And your picture of Waldo is hilarious!

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  15. a shirtless waldo. hm. haha!
    i love the fluffiness of your tile! it's so much fun! what is the fluffy design around the lower right with the dangles hanging from it - what pattern is that? i likes it a lot :)

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    1. Funny you should ask... that's a new pattern of mine that wil be featured in my next blog post :oD

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  16. Beautiful! I was going to ask about that lower right tangle too. I'll look forward to your blog post. :)

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  17. that is beautiful! Looks like a Fairy Teaparty.

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