Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Weekly Challenge #193 - THX

Well this Diva Guest Challenge was tougher than I thought it would be. Tangling at a meeting. Post-it. Toss. Waiting for dinner. Post-it. Toss. Watching TV. Post-it. Toss. (no... don't look at everyone else's) Mental Post-it. Toss. Talking on phone. Post-it. Toss. They all looked too busy. I really struggled with XYP especially, and my Trio keeps getting lost. This is the best of the bunch, but I think all my attempts might have supported a logger for a year. Sometimes it's like that, I guess.

OK, now I can go look at all the other entries... my favorite part of the challenge!

Patterns used: Trio, Huggins, Xyp

16 comments:

  1. Great mirror piece. Great idea to biggify xyp. Looks as a window, where one looks through seeing everyting in a mirrorway. Like this tile very much, and your trio just looks great!

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  2. I agree with Didisch, Xyp looks amazing biggified. Great tile!

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  3. ...that was my struggle, i somehow couldn't draw XYP bigger. nice tile.

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  4. A lovely tile and I like the mirror effect too.

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  5. Really lovely design. A very elegant tile

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  6. I struggled with this one also. Notwithstanding the loss of trees, your final work suggests that practice pays off. Very nice.

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  7. love how you have used xyp BIG - it adds flow to your tile and you trio is so nice - well done over all

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  8. A magnificent Tile, Duchess. I love your Post. A big smile is required to read it. Your Tile is superb. Well designed, and your Xyp is outstanding. Love the line shading. All of your patterns are so harmonious.

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  9. Nice job on the tile. Making Xyp big looks really great. I like the shading on Huggins.

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  10. Beautiful, truly! I really struggled with practicing xyp and mine kept getting smaller and tighter and heavier and straighter...and...YOURS is lovely, flowing, large! THX for writing your experiences with the process it really made an impression : )

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  11. Wow what a fresh approach to XYP! Nice!

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  12. A very nice tile. Lots of harmony with balance and movement. Great work.

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  13. Like you XYP and the symmetry of the tile.

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