Challenge #260 - Monotangle: Shattuck, Zendala breakout!

Shattuck breaking out of the box / Zendala
The Diva's Challenge #260 asks us to create a Monotangle using the tangle Shattuck.   A Monotangle is a term the Diva, Laura Harms, coined on her blog for a tile or piece created using only ONE tangle and it's variations.

I chose to go simple and let the little Shattucks curve off the Zendala, breaking free, extending the Shattuck with little Mooka tendrils and a few purk-like embellishments. This piece is not perfect, but I do like the general vibe.

Happy Bunny Day to you.

7 comments:

  1. Lovely zendalatile with nice contrasts, I do like the extending Mooka tendrils in your work.

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  2. Wonderful composition. I love the way the edges turn into Mooka.

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  3. This is fun and cute. The Mooka tendrils are a nice way to finish off/ extend the lines of Shattuck.

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  4. Lovely Zendala, I like the graphite edging

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  5. Like using Mooka as the Shattuck divide. Shading makes it look like the whole thing is emerging from the opening.

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  6. Beautiful and elegant. Lovely.

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