Friday, October 17, 2014

Yuma

Yuma is an interesting and lovely tangle from Tina-Akua Hunziker, a CZT in Switzerland. It's this week's challenge from the Diva.
Tangles: Crescent Moon, Knase, Tipple, Yuma
Perhaps it was the branch-and-leaves type of beginning for this tangle, but I thought it would make an interesting tree. I had drawn most of the black ink portions when I was possessed to make the sky pink. Then the tree needed pink. Then I decided it was a cherry tree in blossom and have called it Sakura.
Tangles: Diva Dance, Printemps, Tri-dots, Yuma

16 comments:

  1. Love-a, love-a, love-a your tree!

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  2. Absolutely beautiful, both of them.

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  3. Wow, Margaret. Both of your Tiles are soooo good. They are elogant, clean, and delicate. Beautiful exacting line work in both of them. The Yuma pattern is so wonderfully represented in each of the Tiles, and the supporting Tangles are brilliant. Love the trunk of your tree and how you blend it into the Diva Dance. Your use of Tri-Dots is inspirational, and the pink Printemps is genius, and so well shaded. So impressive. Thanks for posting these two beauties.

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  4. Both are so different with the same tangle.
    They are beautiful !

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  5. Your fisrt tile is very striking, I LOVE it. And the tree???? 'WOW' is the word for it.

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  6. Wow! I love your wonderful cherry! Brilliant artwork!

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  7. Both of your tiles absolutely beautiful.

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  8. uh, both of them are fantastic, but the one with the tree is, may be my favorite i have seen in this challenge.........even though i have seen many great entries.

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  9. wow - these are two great uses of Yuma - I really love the pink tree - the background pattern really adds to the touch of colour in the tree itself - lovely work

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  10. Two lovely tiles. I believe Tina is in Switzerland.

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  11. I want to wear those pink printemps. So beautiful.

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