This week, being the first Monday of the month, is a UMT (Use My Tangle) week over at I am the Diva.
This one comes from Katharina Königsbauer-Kolb
and is called Frunky
. She offered several variations and so I used one of hers and added my own as well.
The focus tangle on Square One
on Facebook is to use Y-Ful Power
I kept this one simple, mostly because I couldn't think of anything unusual to do with it.
And, for this week's burst of color, I tried Y-Ful using my Copic markers with a bit of white gel pen highlighting.
As usual, I want to thank all of you who faithfully leave me comments. They truly make me smile!
What a cute take on Frunky! After viewing some of the other tiles in going to do another one. I didn't give the pattern the time it deserved. Lovely tile!ReplyDelete
I do think Frunky can do a lot more than I gave it myself, Cyndee. I'm looking forward to seeing what you come up with!Delete
I just love that colourful Y full. Primary colours can't be beaten sometimes can they? I like your take on Frunky too, very fluid.ReplyDelete
Red is one of the hardest colors to work with in Copics as they want to bleed more than others. However, the red is my favorite, so I just have to deal with it! Thanks, Margaret!Delete
I love your use of colour in Y full. Do you use different shades of the same colour of markers for the 3D effect?ReplyDelete
Yes, Miss L. You usually blend 3 to 4 colors, dark/medium/light, when using alcohol markers to blend and give depth.Delete
Hey Jean, I see you have a new crop of fescue coming up on your tile. Looks good.ReplyDelete
Duane, I would agree that this tangle is a tangle built on an auraed Fescu. It seems that a lot of the newer tangles are really variations on things we already know. It was fun to do though.Delete
Lovely work Jean! Your Frunky reminds me of Japanese water motifs and your Y-ful's are gorgeous;-)ReplyDelete
Thanks, Michele! I appreciate the nice comment!Delete
Thanks you so much for your version of FrunkyReplyDelete
It was a fun tangle to experiment with, Katharina. Thanks for sharing it with us all!Delete
Jean, your tiles are great. I like that variation of Frunky that you did. Frunky reminds me of another totally different tangle. I did find it and used it on my tile - Sand Swirl. Well, similar in that there is lots of auras anyway. I've always wanted to do Y-Ful Power but couldn't figure it out myself. Now I know where to get it. Thank you! But my favorite one is the colorful Y-Ful. You do such a great job with those Copic Markers. I think I'll stick with colored pencils though. Can't afford to go out and buy them and then learn a whole new set of skills. LOL We are all having so much fun with this. :-DReplyDelete
Melena, colored pencils are a favorite of mine too. Actually, I love anything that makes color even crayons! Work with what you have. Not everyone just MUST have every single thing out there (like me, LOL!).Delete
I like waht you did Jean, especially the bight colored tile.ReplyDelete
Wonderful work this week, dear Jean! Especially I like your tile with your lovely Frunky variation. Your coloured Y-ful Power is fabulous and unique. I love it.ReplyDelete
Thank you for your kindness, Annette!Delete
I'm also enjoying Frunky--a nice addition to the organic tangles collection. I love your colorful Y-ful.ReplyDelete
Wonderful Frunky tile! The Y-ful tiles are very nice and I love the colored one. (BTW-thank you for your lovely comment - Cheers)ReplyDelete
It's so nice that we tanglers support each other, Dragonfly! Thanks for stopping by and leaving a sweet comment as well!Delete
the colorful one reminds me of the colored balls kids play in those pits. I love the simplistic primary colors, the white gel makes it pop 3D. Beautiful Diva challenge too!ReplyDelete
Yes, Lynda, I would agree that those colors and the shape of Y-Ful kind of makes those look like those balls. Thanks for stopping by :)Delete
Wow! Those Copic markers are like Skittles for the eyes! So happy!ReplyDelete
What a fun way to describe Copics, Jennifer. I will have to remember that!Delete
Beautiful tiles! Love them all! My favorite is the third with the bold colors! It's amazing!ReplyDelete
Thanks for your kindness, Anja!Delete
Your Frunky is great but the coloured tile of Y-ful is so vibrant, it's super.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much, Chrissie!Delete
Lovely Frunky tile and absolutely wonderful colors on Y-ful power!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Ria. Guess I need to do more tangling, or ZIA, with color :)Delete
Love your Frunky tile. And the Y-Ful Power is simple but very effective.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Audrie. Sometimes simple is really the best :)Delete