New to Me N, Artist Focus Neil Burley, SuzyMosh
My New to Me N and Neil Burley Challenge Entry for SuzyMosh Creations
New to Me N, Artist Focus Neil Burley SuzyMosh Challenge Entry,
Pen, Colored Pencil Â© Diane Clancy
New to Me N, Artist Focus Neil Burley: Ninna 4, Forget-Me-Knot, Thing in the Middle of a Thing, Morning Glories, Joa
New to Me N, Artist Focus Neil Burley Challenge
SuzyMosh Creations puts out a challenge for folks to make a representation of “That’s New to Me!” This week is the SuzyMosh Creations – New to Me N. Suzy says “I will post each Sunday a randomly selected letter that your new pattern has to start with. If you feel adventurous, use more than one new pattern that starts with that letter. … Remember that these need to be patterns you’ve never drawn before. You may use any other patterns that you wish in your drawing. You must use at least one New to Me pattern starting with the letter N. N is a repeat, so we have an an Artist Focus this week on Neil Burley! Along with the random letter you’ll chose one pattern by that artist. You must use at least one pattern from Neil Burley in your drawing.” So this is a ZIA (Zentangle Inspired Art) using New to Me N plus a Neil Burley tangle.
Zentangle Enticed Me
Zentangle has become popular the last several years and I have been intrigued and putting my attention to it. I have been noticing it and wanting to try it – so this was the time!! I love flowers so I decided to use Forget-Me-Knot by Neil Burley.Â I always recognize tangle steps by Neil Burley because he is consistent in how he represents tangle steps.Â I love his work and it is so pretty!!Â But grids and I are not best friends … so usually I just admire the tangles – great to try one!!Â 🙂 Â 🙂 So above is my New to Me N and Neil Burley Zentangle Tangle ZIA. The tangle New to Me N is Ninna 4. 🙂 🙂 This – of course – went in a very different direction than expected!! The issues with the house are going to be much more extreme than I expected – please wish us well!! Thank you to everyone who made comments on my posts these last weeks. That means a lot to me!!
Which Tangle is Which?
Forget-Me-Knot is the 2 flowers in the upper right. Â Ninna 4 is the blue and purple river along the bottom.Â Joa is the bubbles belowÂ Ninna 4. Morning Glories is the Morning Glory flowers in the middle – with lots of leaves. Â Â Thing in the Middle of a Thing is the blue and purple double triangles with the 3 blossoms popping out that are flying around.Â There you have it!! 🙂
Diane & Carolienâ€™s Weekly Zentangle Challenge
My friend Carolien and myself felt the need for having an extra Zentangle Challenge each week. Come join us in the fun!! Details at Diane & Carolien’s Weekly Zentangle Challenge.
My Studio and Thank You!
I am organizing my studio again to be able to work and now only a table has tons of stuff dumped on it – but the rest is organized!! (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!!) Now with all the repair work my studio is getting filled up again. 🙂 Thank you for stopping by!! I LOVE comments!! Thank you!! ~ Diane Clancy
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Wow, that was fast lol. I love your morning glory’s. A lovely sunny tile for the summer.
Thank you for loving the Morning Glories … I am so glad then that they came out well if you love them 🙂 🙂 Yes, summer!! I have been working on this since the post went up 🙂 🙂
Pretty tile!—light and airy. Thanks for being part of the challenge this week and good luck in the raffle!
Thank you so much, Suzy, for saying this is pretty, light and airy!! 🙂 🙂
Love this tile – gorgeous colouring, I particularly like the blending of the colours. Very spring/summer 🙂
Thanks for joining in and using one of my patterns – good luck in the draw!
Neil, I am delighted that you think this is gorgeous coloring!! Thank you so very much!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂
Oh my word, this is SO pretty! The combination of colors, and the ombre effect you’ve achieved are exciting. There’s a lot of liveliness and “growth” here. Good work!
HeidiSue, thank you so very much for saying all these great things!! 🙂 🙂
I looked up ombre effect 🙂 🙂