Thursday, March 31, 2011

Curvaliscious

Week Number 15 of the Diva's Challenge: Curves
   What began as a balancing exercise (last week was straight lines), became a wide swing of the pendulum for me. I couldn't stop with the curves. Thank goodness a new grid-based tangle came along that I really liked (Quiltz, by Kym Barlow), and that shook me out of the curves for just a minute :)
   I also fell in love with Maria Thomas' idea of using the white Sakura Jelly Roll pen in the dark recesses (interstices=new word for me) of my tile. So that kept me busy with even more fun this week. It all just makes me wonder, 'Wow, what will happen next week?'
  Thanks, everyone, for such a wonderfully inspired week!



10 comments:

  1. Great curves! I like the use of the white pen. I'll have to try it now that I understand what Maria meant.

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  2. Wonderful curves! Have you tried squirkling yet, so that even your shading can be curvy, lol?

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  3. Squirkling? I can imagine what you mean, but do tell, Sandra!

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  4. GORGEOUS! Just gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous....

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  5. Abfab! Love them all but especially the middle one. Must get out that white pen...
    --Margaret

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  6. As pretty as the straight lined challenge was, I like the curvy lines better! Yours are superb!

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  7. Yes, you were on a roll! Every one is outstanding!

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  8. Wonderful curves, Carole! Really love the 1st two!

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  9. i say these are curvylicious !so rich that is bouncing off the paper :)

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