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Monday, September 15, 2014

Gloria J Zucaro's "Phicops With The Waltz"

The Diva's prompt today is a duo tangle using the "Phicops" tangle originated by her husband B-Rad and the "Waltz" tangle developed by one of the creators of the Zentangle brand Maria Thomas for Laura Harms, The Diva herself.   The idea is to combine the two tangles to celebrate the Diva & B-Rad's anniversary that took place this past week.


Ink on 7" x 5" Cardstock

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  1. I love the dramatic contrast with that black added. Nice work!

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    1. Thanks so much Jean. It was quite fun to do once I got going.

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  2. I like! The ink fade is cool too.

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    1. Thanks so much for leaving a comment.

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  3. It does seem to dance! Very nice tile.

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  4. Great tile! It reminds me of the theatre somehow...

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    1. Thank you so much for your comment. Theatre, maybe the Diva dance area is like a curtain? Neat!

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  5. I really like the way the two sections of Diva Dance interweave. Great tile.

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    1. Thank you so much. It was fun to do. I always enjoy seeing how something develops as you go along.

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  6. I'm not sure why because I'm in a very land locked country at the moment (Hungary), but your DivaDance tangles made me think of fan sea weed waving in water currents---a soothing image for me. Nice.

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    1. Ha Ha! I was just on your tangle site and thought yours reminded me of palm fronds! :) have a great day and thanks.

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  7. Oh it seems ages since I stopped by Gloria but what a treat I've had now that I'm here ;D
    Gorgeous tangle. So much detail... I love it!
    xox

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    1. Hi Nessie, Thanks so much. I enjoyed it, too!

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  8. How did you get that beautiful sparkly black edge at the bottom of your background? I'm in love!

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  9. Lovely done, Gloria, it's so pretty on the black background.

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  10. Love how you did the fade in the background from light to dark. Really added lots of drama.

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    1. Thank you for your comment. Much appreciated.

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  11. Very strong visual effect with the fading black background. I love it. It also gives excellent contrast to the phicops ...

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