Monday, May 11, 2015

Duobirds and Duotangle



This week's challenge at I am the Diva is to use just two tangles, Dex and Bunzo, to celebrate Laura's 35th birthday. I have been working on this painting for the last few days and the tangles found the right placement on the edge and side of the rock! This is a mixed-media painting done with watercolors, ink, pastels and markers.

This is also my submission for this week's Paint party friday.http:/paintpartyfriday.blogspot.com


Thanks for visiting and I appreciate your comments.

16 comments:

  1. Great job!

    I love how the birds look soft and pretty.

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  2. These birds are lovely!! What a creative way to do the Diva!! :) :)

    ~ Diane Clancy
    http://www.dianeclancy.com/blog/2015/05/my-diva-duo-tangle-dex-vs-bunzo-challenge-entry

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  3. very unique. I like the way you have incorporated those tangle patterns into your art. I love birds and yours are terrific. Great color choices here. Rich and vibrant.

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  4. Lovely birds, very well done. How nice you could add the tangles!

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  5. that bird seems to be perched on a park bench decorated with Dex and Bunzo! Some tangler went crazy in the park! Beautifully done!

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  6. Das ist eine tolle Idee mit den Vögeln und du hast es klasse mit den Mustern kombiniert

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  7. Inspirational way to use tangles in your artwork and they fit there beautifully. Nice work!

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  8. Well done with your birds. Tangle patterns are great.

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  9. These birds are absolutely amazing. Love all the patterns and textures. Happy PPF

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  10. Beautiful and unique! Happy PPF :)

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  11. Love these birdies. They are really nicely done.I love all the little details in them.

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  12. Stunning piece.... funny thing I have a whimsical folkart piece on the go and the birds are positioned similar to these guys!! Yours are much more lovely though!!

    Hugs Giggles

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  13. beautiful birds, so much detail!

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