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Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Challenge #65 "Huggy Bear"

First of all, can you believe that this is the 65th Challenge???  It really is amazing to me.  And I didn't find it until somewhere around the 30th challenge.  Anyone in since the beginning?                                                                                       Once a month a pattern is selected randomly for us to incorporate in our entry.  This week it is 'Huggy Bear" by JJ LaBarbera.  As I fooled with this, I kept coming back to Sandra Strait's (Molossus) Steampunk patterns.  Don't as me how or why, I have no idea but that was on my mind.  So, knowing full well I can't really do justice Sandra's amazing patterns here is my "steampunk" version of Huggy Bear for the Challenge.

11 comments:

  1. I really like this, it's so unique!

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  2. Really neat tile. It reminds me of a train station with the clock, the gears, the tracks, and the smoke! Fun.

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    1. Thank you! This was such a stretch for me.

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  3. Karen did a good job at describing your fabulous tile.. It's wonderful!

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  4. Steampunk wheels keep turning... rather they are notched or more like pinwheels they express themselves well! Good choice for Huggy Bear!

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  5. Very original tile! Once again, a creative interpretation of Huggy Bear!

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  6. Great tile! I love how you've drawn Huggy Bear. Love the steam punk. I have to try those.

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  7. This is why I love the challenges - great piece - love the steampunk

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  8. Unique entry to the challenge. Bet your mind was really working well after you completed this!

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  9. I really like your drawing. The gears add that steampunk look. You make me want to dig out my pens and draw!

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