|tasty little morsel on an inchy square|
|Bijou Minimalist Version|
So, my regular tile has more of that layered look, and is deeper.
|Flor'd behind and Howl's Chain border|
|all three together|
As with so many tangles, shading does amazing things for this one. I've also figured out a way to make the letter H with similar technique:
I also made a piece for Joey's XIV challenge. Wasn't expecting to enjoy it as much as I did.
|Reminds me of the 4th of July|
Don't let the screen door slam!
Can't you just imagine...having a barbecue in the back yard, going to feast and laugh, then over to the park for fireworks...can't you hear the screen door creak open and slam over and over again, as people come in and out with plates of food for the picnic table on the patio. Plenty of activity, lots of loved ones, good times!
And, last but not least, my piece for last week's Joey challenge. I created it, but didn't like it so I didn't enter it. But what the hey. Here it is.
I dribbled berry juice on a tile, then made the piece using purple, burgundy, and burnt orange/tan micron pens. My favorite part is the upper area, full of Chemystery and Ipso. And, outlining the stain on the bottom makes it look like continents. Or islands.