Monday, May 28, 2012

Diva Challenge #72: Crescent Moon

I am very excited because this week the Diva has challenged us to a monotangle using one of Zentangle's most famous patterns, Crescent Moon. I love Crescent Moon because it looks so cool but is so easy to do. I tried to mix mine up a bit doing a standard Crescent Moon and then a sort of inside out tangleation, finished off by a crescent within a crescent.  I hope you enjoy!

Tangle:  Crescent Moon

19 comments:

  1. It looks like a beautiful piece of lace!

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  2. Oh wow! What beautiful line work! It does look like lace.

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  3. Auras upon auras! Wonderful piece!

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  4. That looks like it was fun to do. And, it reminds me of looking at something through a microscope. Awesome!

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  5. Lots of auras, but then the circles without the auras. Nice! Great idea!!

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  6. Hey you have woven your moons to create a mat!Lovely!

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  7. fabulous job! I love the way you left the circles without the auras... fabulous composition! :)

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  8. This is really cool! Love how all the auras look!

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  9. fun! I don't know how you keep your aura's so straight and even! Beautifully done, and I like the balance with the white "spots"

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  10. Awesome! Seeing this made me crumple mine and start over. This is beautiful!

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  11. This is really fantastic! So much to see:)

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  12. I love the darks and lights. Beautiful.

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  13. Love it! You've made this such a delicate pattern. What a delight.
    Diana Hirsch

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  14. Your tile is so creative. Very engaging!

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  15. I feel like I'm in an airplane looking down at fields with some crop circles. Very cool.

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  16. pretty cool interpretation!

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  17. Lovely intricate line work.

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  18. This piece just flows so peacefully. Amazing line work.

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