Friday, 15 November 2013

Diva's weekly challenge #144

Diva Challenge #144 / Carol Graham / Tangled Inklings
Diva Challenge #144


"A Bug's Life"   This week's challenge was inspired by a stop motion video from CZT Samantha Taylor and Sakura called A  Bug's  Life  in  a  Zentangle  World.  

I am in Alberta visiting my daughter and her family this week.  I got my idea from a poster in the girl's bathroom, and tangled my bug's life cycle!

14 comments:

  1. Great tile, Carol - love the idea of doing the life cycle! And your butterfly's antennae are perfect! Axxx

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  2. Oh, this is so lovely! Beautifully drawn!

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  3. Love what you've done, Purk is the perfect little butterfly crysalis and those sweet little bug eggs are wonderful, great job.

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  4. Wow Carol, a great tile. I love how you used purk int the butterfly. With great color. I love it !

    Greets from Diana, Netherlands CZT #12.

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  5. What a fun idea, and a lovely tile! (Just got a feather tangled to send.... It will go out today! Thanks for the info on this!)

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  6. This is so lovely! & I can never resist the mixture of art AND science, & think it was so clever for you to depict the life cycle! Love it!

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  7. Oh Carol, this is beautiful! I love your purk cocoon! And your butterfly is beautiful - with zinger antenna!

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    1. You asked about my 3D cube - it's quite easy to make - here is the website: http://www.photocube3d.com

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  8. This is great, love your little bug eggs and Purk is Purfect!

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  9. Thanks Everybody! Who woulda thought that we'd have so much fun tanglin' BUGs!!!

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  10. Very beautiful, I love the Zingers on your butterfly!

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  11. I like your bugs and your patterns, beautiful.

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  12. Thanks Anne & Carmela. For such an "icky" challenge theme, there sure are a lot of beautiful bugs this week!

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