Even though the approach is similar, these two are as different as night and day! I love the one where you turned the tangle into flowers as it is so soft and pretty, but the wild colors of the second really makes a bold statement. Nice work!
Thanks so much. I felt like I needed to challenge myself to really use the tangle as best I could which I kind of did in both.
That first piece gave me a smile. Like funky little flowers. The colors in both pieces are pretty. What a great touch, the gold center of that second one. Good work!
Thanks for noticing the details. Flowers always please me, so you can't go wrong with them!
Both are beautiful and so very different. GREAT!
Thanks! I'm glad you enjoyed both polarized takes I had in mind that day doing this challenge. Sarah.
Thank you for sharing both compositions----same UMT, same artist, but two very different (yet both effective) looks. I like the 3 D look you achieved with some of your Fanz petals in the first one. Nice.
You're very kind. Thanks, I'm glad you liked them. Sometimes tiles turn out with unexpected good results that surprise you. :) Sarah.
Those colors are scrumptious...the stems on the "fanz" flowers...such a clever and whimsical idea! Did the corgi like it? Love those corgis...a great breed!
Thank you! I had a fun time doing both. And yes, they were approved by Teigr, my corgi.
Your Fanz are beautiful!! And I LOVE LOVE your purple pink loose one :) :) :)~ Diane Clancyhttp://www.dianeclancy.com/blog/2015/04/my-diva-umt-fanz-challenge-entry