Wednesday, October 15, 2014

UMT: 'YUMA' and INCHIE, UNGUAL


Weekly Challenge #189
UMT: 'Yuma' by Tina AKUA, CZT

   Congratulations Tina!!!  It is exciting to have your own tangle chosen on the Diva's challenge!! Well, I loved your tangle Yuma!! I can see that it will be a great tangle for filling in spaces and or to use as a monotangle! Thanks for sharing it with us!!! 
   Step outs for 'Yuma' are HERE, if you want to give it a try!!
Duotangle: 'Yuma' and 'Stripes'
   Hope all of you have a funtastic week, and Thank You, to all who leave a bit of sunshine on my post! You are all greatly appreciated!

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Don't forget
to put some
Zen
into this
Tangled
World
!

Weekly Challenge
'Ungual'

   So you say, what,......? What is ungual? Well, it is the distal most claw or hoof bearing phalanx.
If that doesn't help, than maybe this picture will.
This is my drawing of a Centrosuarus's phalanges, and ungual.
   Welp, I hope that helped! (Whew, this was a tough on this week, but very educational!!)
Have an awesome week, everybody!!!
Keep 
Inchin' 
Along
!

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16 comments:

Zoe Brener said...

Fantastic drawing going on here! That Centrosaurus phalange drawing is like out of the classic textbooks.

cstocks said...

That has to be the most complicated Inchie I've ever seen (the whole concept just boggles the mind, doesn't it?); you really rocked it! Nice work with Yuma; it definitely is a great pattern to work with! Have a brilliant, sunshiny day! c

Kia said...

great drawing of the ungual. Really like your use of Yuma and the other pattern together

freebird7100 said...

great work this week. Your zentangle is cool and so is your inchie. Great job on a hard theme!

chrissies said...

Love your artwork and the wonderful inchie

Chrissie x

Anne's tangle blog said...

Your monotangle Yuma is very, very beautiful.

Suzanne Fluhr said...

I'm going to have to read up on the Inchie scene----something to do with bones? I'm here from the Yuma Diva's challenge. I think it has infinite possibilities as you illustrated. Nice!

Annie Taylor said...

Well, I have learnt something today in your Inchie - which looks really cool, actually! And love your Yuma! I'm so enjoying this new tangle. Axxx

Omer said...

Very nice combination of the two tangles in the tile. Yuma in your tile looks like flowers...

LonettA said...

Wonderful tile with great depth! Interesting inchie!

David Hunter said...

Wonderful Duo-Tangle, Annette. The Yuma and Stripes Tangles go together so well. The highlights on Stripes look great. Wonderful Tile.

Akua said...

thank you for your entry, looks very nice.

Jean Chaney said...

Your Yuma has a very flowery look to it. I love this unique approach. The Striping really makes a nice contrast. And, that inchie, well I don't even know what to say. It sure was an interesting word :)

Didisch said...

Great idea t put the striping between the yuma seeds. Makes it look very interesting wiht great depth and 3d looking figures!

J L Johnson said...

Love the inchie. Your Yuma tile with the striping makes me think of a gathering of zebras at the watering hole. Very well done.

Trillian said...

Wonderful drawings. Love your interpretation on the inchie.