Saturday, October 10, 2015

Mezzanine

This pattern came to me when I was playing around with Abundies  by Hanny Waldburger.

MEZZANINE   

1. Make a rounded U

2. Round the ends

3. Add a softly pointed arc

4. Add more rounded ends, stacked outward.

5. A rounded bud in the center.



Shading, embellishing, playing.











When it's finished, this looks like a sconce on the wall in a symphony hall or a ballet theater. Something a little bit Art Nouveau, really classy and elegant. So I call it Mezzanine.



I haven't used it often in my work...yet. It makes a tasty little treat, I think.





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  4. I've made this tangle the UMT of this month!! Thanks!!!

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  5. A great new tangle. I think it can look very organic and I'm going through an organic phase, so I'm looking forward to trying it for the Diva's challenge.
    PS: Looks like you make have been spammed in Arabic. You can just delete the comments.

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  6. Thank you, I look forward to trying this tangle!

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