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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Punzel, Challenge #45

I can't believe we are approaching 50 challenges!  I think I started with the early 30's somewhere.  Are there any out there that have done all of the challenges?
Punzel was a struggle for me.  I was trying to do it in pencil on scratch paper.  I picked up my sketch book  and micron and decided to just keep going until I had it right.  I can't tell you now, where I started or where I ended but somewhere in there, I think I got it right.

10 comments:

  1. Your punzel flower turned out very cool. I have done all of the challenges, but I didn't get a chance to post every one of them.

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  2. I really like this. It was a struggle for me too, but you definitely got it down pat!

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  3. Punzel was a struggle for me too. Yours turned out great!

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  4. I think you Punzel looks perfect! LOVE how this turned out...now I REALLY struggled with it! I wish mine had turned out this good!

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  5. Thank you all. Since I did this, I did another one that looks like a big log lying across my paper. Will have to study the other entries and see how this can be used.

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  6. I like it! Your Punzel reminds me of tied fabric.

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  7. Thank you for your kind comments on my first challenge. I like your work as well and I agree it was not easy to do Punzel at start with. Well done on your work.

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  8. I like that it's kind of knotted and twisty looking - I think it's because your ribbons are fatter than mine turned out and I like that better - I might have to try again for a different look.

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  9. i wish i could say that even *I* have done all the challenges, but i took a few weeks off in the summer.

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