Two Things Challenge – Intricate/Interlace
Susan Elkin posted yesterday for the first time in awhile. Her post will tell you what has been going on for us that has made the last 2 – 3 months pretty difficult. I hope you will stop by and say hi!
Here is my contribution for the 2 Things Challenge. The deal is that anyone can participate and enter your own entry. This week the challenge is Intricate and Interlace in one image. I think this shows both in one image. But the image is so intricate I had a hard time with my signature … but it is so *intricate* that none of the colors from the painting really worked – they all disappeared. But eventually I tried a totally different solution that works for me.
Intricate & Interlace, Digital Â© Diane Clancy
Having joined Worldwide Women Artists Online (wwao), I have been inspired to tweak up my networking in general that I am doing. I have put up a first video at my YouTube. It is pretty clumsy – but I did something! And I did some work on my BlogCatalog which lists different “communities” I belong to. Since I listed them, I went and tweaked each one up a little.
So you can see what I have been up to! I would love to hear what YOU have been up to!
~ Diane Clancy
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that’s a good way of presenting your work to the public. Looks great.
Love this intricate and interlaced artwork. The signature too is almost as complex and weaves right into the design. I like that. At least you didn’t cheat like someone 🙂
Hi Diane, I found your blog through Sue O’Kieffe’s blog. Your work is fabulous. I really enjoyed exploring your posts!
Ace signature! Fits in very well to the piece. (Ay, Bobbie, I’ve just read that!!) This intricate and interlaced picture is great, and shows the different effects you can achieve with patterns, how you can imagine different things in them. This one looks like it has eyes!
By the way, I’ve been on You Tube, and think it is a great way of presenting your work, in a montage. Also interesting looking at the work of other women artists.
Hi Frances, So glad you like it!!
Hi Bobbie, Are you sure I didn’t cheat? (do earlier) I am so glad you like the signature!
Hi Karen, Thanks so much for coming by! So glad you think my work is fabulous!!
Hi Beverly, Delighted you like the signature!! Thank you for checking out the YouTube too!!
Thank you, all!
~ Diane Clancy
Hey Diane! I watched the video. Cool! Is there music with it? My computer did not play any. I am proud of you. Good job!
Hello the message is stunning.
I will definitely read your blog..
Hey Diane, I love this entry for the 2 Things Challenge. It’s digital? I never would have guessed that — unlike so much digital stuff that looks untouched by human hands. Your piece is warm and without artificiality typical in digital work. Bravo! Beautiful!
Hi Neda, Thanks for watching!! No, no sound yet! Thank you!!!!
Hi Debi, Thank you for coming by! Your comments are very appreciated!! Very high compliments!!
~ Diane Clancy