My Diva UMT – Seton Challenge Entry
My Diva UMT – Seton Challenge Entry
UMT – Seton Challenge Entry, Pen, Pencil Â© Diane Clancy
UMT – Seton: UMT, Barber Pole
UMT – Seton Challenge
Each week the Diva puts out a challenge for folks to make their representation of her idea. This week is the Weekly Challenge #192: “UMT – Seton by Cris Letourneau”. So here is what the Guest Diva, Chris, says this week “Last week, I had 2 students come back from a trip excited to share their sketchbook where they had recorded patterns from everywhere on their trip: the carpet in the hotel room, the carvings on buildings, even patterns on clothing of fellow travelers. Almost every tangler I know has found themselves becoming more attuned to the patterns they see all around them. … Your challenge this week is to use Seton or a tangleation of it in your art this week OR deconstruct a pattern you see around you and use that in your art. Enjoy observing the patterns all around you.” So this is a little ZIA (Zentangle Inspired Art) using Seton.
Zentangle Enticed Me
Zentangle has become popular the last couple of years and I have been intrigued and just starting put my attention to it. I am still putting one foot in front of the other at times still though this week things eased up a little!! 🙂 And for those of you who really read this … my partner is recovering from an expected surgery right at this moment. So above is my Seton Zentangle Tangle ZIA.Â This – of course – went in a very different direction than expected! Thank you to everyone who made comments on my posts these last weeks. That means a lot to me!!
Which Tangle is Which?
Well, this week this is an easy question!! It is almost all Seton!!! Barber Pole is the black and white poles that curve across in each direction.Â The rest is my first try at Seton.Â 🙂 There you have it!! 🙂
I am always a little shocked when I see my ZIA blown up – and today quite taken aback – but I wanted to get it into the Diva’s challenge. I am still creating these ZIAs lying down while working on an Art Card size (2.5×3.5″). So perhaps not too bad given that. I have been slowly sharing my other ones on Facebook. I changed to using Art Card size (2.5×3.5″) since I have a bunch cut out already from good quality paper. It might not be as smooth as it should be. But I am learning!
And my studio is getting more organized so maybe I can cut some new paper!! I can’t wait to find my black paper and do some cutting! One thing after enough keeps getting in the way of that. But stuff has started to clear out of my studio again so maybe there is hope!! (My studio always gets filled up when there are projects in the house that need a place to dump a bunch of stuff for awhile!! LOL!!) Thank you for stopping by!! I LOVE comments!! ~ Diane Clancy
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nice version of seton. I like the barberpole stripes.
Hi Kia, I did look at your tile and was so inspired that I put the barberpole strips. Somehow I found yours and only yours and LOVE LOVE LOVE it!
Your Seton is well done and has great contrast.
Thank you, Anne Marie 🙂 I am progressing in ease!
Like the volume of the “poles”!
Thank you for liking the volume of the poles, GG! Thank you!!
I love your tile, and your Seton variation.
The grid you created is beautiful, and the overall “feel” I get when looking at it is like an ancient map of some sort.
Beautifully done, and very creative
Omer, I am so glad you love this!! Thank you … map sounds lovely … sort of like your modern maps you made 🙂
Nice, Diane. I love the barberpole used as part of Seton!
Thank you, Jean for liking the barberpole – it made it much more manageable to me 🙂