Monday, November 18, 2013

Quib

Quib is the tangle that was taught when I went for my CZT, Certified Zentangle Teacher, (11) training this summer. I found it interesting in that it was a lot like Hollibaugh but with twists, turns, and a beginning and ending place. So many things could be done with this tangle. The Diva challenged us to use this tangle for week #145.

I did peek at a few that were done before me. Obviously, I didn't let those influence me. Other people do such beautiful tiles. I always feel like a misplaced paperdoll when I look at mine next to theirs. (Those of you who are older will remember playing with paperdolls. Sometimes you had a beautiful and delicate adult figure but you also played with a larger sized baby paper doll at the same time. They were almost comical next to each other.)

I did several of these in ATC size and I am going to show them all anyway :) Your opinions are always appreciated.

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    1. Thank you so much. The comment, in English, is "what a beautiful colors together". I appreciate your stopping by Leny!

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  2. Oh, your 2nd ATC with blooming butter is a great idea, I didn't think of that! :)

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    1. Thanks, Shelly. I was trying to make something different. That's usually my goal which is probably why mine don't turn out "pretty". Maybe I should change my goal :)

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  3. I really like all your atc's and the color is so fun! I think the sencond one is my favorite though.

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    1. Kate, I think I like the second one best too. The others are, well, weird HAHA!

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  4. Ooh look at all that color! I love all the different examples and the color is a beautiful compliment for the tangle. I enjoy all of them :)

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    1. Thanks, Kailey. I may have gone overboard just a tad!

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  5. very nice Jean, especially the one in yellow.

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    1. Thank you, Annemarie. I guess I like that one best too because it isn't as cluttered :)

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  6. i love the colors! this was a hard one for me, but it looks like quib was made for you :)

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    1. Thank you, Alice. Very kind of you to say so. I was thinking, maybe not. Sigh. I wish I could see my work through someone elses eyes. Through mine they always look kind of messy.

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    1. Oh, Helen, how I wish I could be so flowing and smooth like you do. I tried copying your way today but it still looks like me, not you HAHA! Thanks for stopping by.

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  8. Oh what fun you've been having with Quib and your wonderful backgrounds. Love them!

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    1. Yes, Daniele. Lots of fun, and thank you!

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  9. I love all of these Jean and so glad the computer gives us the option of seeing them up close too. Lovely! Axxx

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    1. Thank you, Annie. Don't look TOO closely now :)!!!

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  10. All are so lovely! Wonderful backgrounds!

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    1. Thank you, Lonetta. I always appreciate your comments.

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    1. Thanks you, Barbara, and thanks for stopping by!

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  12. Love all the color. I haven't looked at everyone else's work much until now; didn't have the time and didn't want to be influenced. But I see that sometimes minds work along the same line anyway. Your second example is very similar in style to my second one. Great minds think alike, and all that stuff, I guess.

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    1. Thanks, Audrie, but I love your first one. Beautiful!

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