Thursday, August 6, 2015

the J challenge WITH white space

Suzy Mosh's New to Me Challenge this week was to use J tangles and the Diva's guest CZT Sandy Hunter's  challenge was to leave plenty of white space/negative space. Turns out, the tile I made for the Mosh challenge has lots of white space! ha!

A Swirling Breeze

I used a couple of patterns from tanglepatterns.com: Jumu and Jelly Roll. Jumu is easy to add variety to, and the way it's made reminds me of Lolo, which is one of my favorites. At any rate, I kept Jumu simple, and when I'd got done with three strands of it, I knew there needed to be something to balance it, and JellyRoll seemed like a good one. Turns out, I was right. I like how they look together and I like the white space...so I decided to make this one piece for two challenges.

However, I want to show off a mooka piece I played with and liked a LOT, and plan on exploring some more and possibly make it a second entry in the diva challenge.


 Mooka here is just outlined. No crossing lines and no shading. I want to do this again, adding stuff in the negative spaces within the mooka. Maybe it'll look really cool!
(sshhh, I had to pencil in the mooka normally, then outline, then erase)
A Burst of Energy
I also put Fricle in there, a very simple version. But won't it be fun to make mooka BE the negative space. I'll be playing with that idea today and tomorrow.


9 comments:

  1. The two patterns play together nicely. Thanks for being part of the TNTM challenge this week!

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  2. Oh mooka as negative space, that would be awesome. I like your breeze, the jelly roll look like snails to me, Bijou gets himself in everywhere!

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  3. Very cool, HeidiSue!! I used Jumu too but got caught doing variations :) Jelly Roll is perfect balance :) :)

    ~ Diane Clancy
    http://www.dianeclancy.com/blog/2015/08/my-new-to-me-j-entry-for-suzymosh-challenges
    http://www.dianeclancy.com/blog/2015/08/my-diva-sandy-hunter-plus-minus-challenge

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