diva 318 - Diptych



A diptych - this week's challenge from Diva Laura -- is a two-panel, sort-of symmetrical work of art.  Mine is folded up the middle so it stands on its own.



I had a wonderful time with the "sort-of symmetrical" part!  I also had a wonderful time learning some new technology, which normally intimidates me.  Ususally I scan tiles to my flash drive and upload from there, but you can't do that with something 3-dimensional.  So I actually took a picture of my standing diptych with my smart phone (which I've only had a few months and am still learning to use), emailed it to myself, copied it to my trusty flash drive, and here it is.  Amazingly slick, for me.

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    1. Thanks, Anne. I always enjoy your comments.

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  2. Well done! I can remember when you wouldn't even have attempted such a computer-related task. I always knew you could do it.

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  3. I like the way you played with reversing the blacks and whites from side to side. Fun! Congrats on making through the new tech stuff! :)

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    1. Thanks, Kate. Yes, the reversals were great fun, especially switching between shadow and sparkle.

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  4. I love your tile! It's very bold! I too like how you've reversed the white/black from side to side! Terrific idea!

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  5. Thanks, Deanne. I loved the way Laura said mirrored "loosely" -- therein lay the fun!

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  6. Good for you, mastering your phone camera like that! Your tile is a fun one and I like how you even got it to stand up!

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    1. Thanks, Jean. I read somebody else's comment that they had folded backwards the flap of paper that I cut off, so that it became an actual stand. Now that was clever!

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  7. Nice tile Pat. My phone is still a land line but I can take pictures with my tab.

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    1. Thanks, Trudi. It is nice to have options on how to do things.

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  8. Great tile! Love how you reversed the tangles. Axxx

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    1. Thanks, Annie. Reversals like that are something I love to do tangling, and I thought it worked very well with the "mirroring - loosely taken"

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  9. hahaha! I love that Laura forces us to learn new things. like technology. good for you! and your work is pretty, too!

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    1. Thanks, Alice. Guess that's why they call it a "challenge"!

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  10. Wonderful tile! I love how you did the mirroring.

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