"Phicops is roundish. Diva dance is fine and small" ... then I see how others have interpreted both patterns and just shake my head. I wonder what it will take to get me to REALLY explore, right brained, creative, no inhibitions.
Anyway, I created a few pieces.
Phicops is so seashelly, and the diva dance made itself into tendrils or seaweed very nicely. when I finished with all the phicops, it still needed something, so I put diva dance in the background, large. I liked that.
|it's like the ocean floor, and a current running thru|
|I call this one "yinyin yangyang"|
As I was working on the first piece, thumbprint came to mind. And I decided to make my duo tangle using thumprint as a "string." I used weighting instead of pencil shading. I'm really REALLY loving the technique of weighting my lines.
|ferris wheel on the planet Xoid.|
I still ended up with a round phicops and a finely drawn, wood looking diva dance.
This reminds me of a ferris wheel. I think it would be a fun thing to put in a larger ZIA with other funky stuff.
So, yeah. I love the challenge, but I'm not happy with how stuck I am, doing all these patterns "the way they are supposed to be."