Een echte herfsttile is het geworden met deze leuke “pompoenen”. Gisteren heb ik bij Joey’s challenge de techniek ontdekt van “gescheurd” papier. Ik vond dat het een mooi resultaat kan geven en daarom heb ik beslist ook deze techniek vandaag  bij Laura te gebruiken. Naast het patroon Gourdgeous heb ik nog 2 gewone pompoentjes  getekend en Oke. Op de andere stukken zie je een variatie van mijn eigen patroontje Paravan. Ik heb deze keer met een hele dunne pen getekend (O,O5) en afgewerkt met gewone kleurpotloden.

With Gourdgeous, you become immediately a nice autumntile. Yesterday, I discovered “the thorn” paper technic and I liked that very much. So I decided to use this technic also on Laura’s challenge.. Beside Gourdgeous, I have also drawn two ordinary pumpkins and Oke. On the other pieces, I have put a variation of my own pattern Paravan. This time, I used a very thin pen (O,O5) and I finished the tile with ordinary color pencils.

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32 Comments

  1. 31
    Susan Theron says:

    Very lovely!

    • 32
      Ria Matheussen says:

      I’m glad you like the result, I’ve never used this “thorn technique” but it is easy and I like it also

  2. 29
    Anja says:

    WOW! Great 3D effect, beautiful colors and wonderful composition! Paravan with the 005 pen looks amazing! Love it, Ria!!!

    • 30
      Ria Matheussen says:

      This thorn paper technique that I’ve just learned gives a nice result and it’s easy to draw.
      I’m glad you like my tile. Thank you very much dear Anja.

  3. 27
    CCourtois says:

    Very beautiful composition !

  4. 25
    michele says:

    Now, isn’t that clever! I love it!

    • 26
      Ria Matheussen says:

      Thanks Michele, it was the first time that I saw “the thorn technique” and I loved it at first sight!

  5. 22
    simone sass says:

    Wow, what a wonderful idea, it gives so much depth into your tile, it seems like oke is flying right towards me! So inspiring!

    • 24
      Ria Matheussen says:

      Thank you Simone for this nice compliment, “the thorn paper technique” was an idea from Joey’s challenge and I liked it immediately, it is easy to draw and the result is good

  6. 21
    Gudrun S. says:

    We had both the same inspiration – I love your tile 🙂

  7. 19
    Pat Mathes says:

    Ria, I love this. Your colors are beautiful. I had to go look up your pattern Paravan and I will make myself familiar with it. I like it. And the torn paper technique is great in this. Great tile!

    • 20
      Ria Matheussen says:

      Thank you very much for this nice compliment Pat. I’m glad you like my pattern, a lot of variations are possible on this tangle and you can find the step-outs on patterns.com.
      The torn-paper technique was an Idea of Joey’s challenge and I liked it too immediately.

  8. 17
    Jean Chaney says:

    Absolutely beautiful, Ria. I love that torn paper technique. Haven’t tried it yet, but should and yours really is special!

    • 18
      Ria Matheussen says:

      Thank you very much for this nice compliment Jean. The thorn paper technique is not difficult, also for me, this was the first time and I liked this technique immediately because it can give a special accent on your tile.

  9. 15
    mm says:

    Rollende pompoenen..mooie herfsttile..Momenteel hebben we in de tuin heel veel pompoenen..mooi om naar te kijken tussen de andere herfstkleuren en lekker!
    Met een beetje fantasie is je Paravan het hekwerk in onze tuin waartussen de pompoenen liggen. Mooi werkje Ria ?

    • 16
      Ria Matheussen says:

      Dank je wel voor de commentaar Maddy. Alhoewel Gourdgeous niet mijn favoriete tangle is, valt het resultaat nog mee, vooral door die “scheur techniek”, dat vind ik wel mooi en niet moeilijk en met Paravan kan je eigenlijk alle kanten op…
      Pompoensoep is niet alleen lekker en gezond maar bevat weinig caloriën, ik maak ze dan ook regelmatig klaar in dit seizoen, ook pompoenfritjes smaken best.

  10. 13
    Suse says:

    Has a bit of a hallowe’en feel (not that we do that here), I like it very much!

    • 14
      Ria Matheussen says:

      You are right Sue, I’d like to create a bit an autumntile, that must be very strange for you because in Australia it is Spring! Thank you for your nice comment.

  11. 10
    Dorita says:

    I love how your garden is bursting through its fence! Beautiful tile.

    • 12
      Ria Matheussen says:

      This is my favorite time of the year, so I was glad with this challenge and I’m glad you like my tile. (I’ve found the thorn technic on Joey’s challenge this week)

  12. 9

    Ohhhh!!! I like it so much!!! The background like a wallpaper coming down and reveal these pretty gours :-)!!!
    Paravan is the background pattern? so lovely…!! I have to try it, yesssss
    Best wishes to you from Cologne, Nadine

    • 11
      Ria Matheussen says:

      Thank you Nadine, I’ve seen this “thorn paper” for the first time on Joey’s challenge of this week. It is not difficult to draw and I like the effects.
      I’m glad you like this tile and also my pattern Paravan (you can do a lot of variations on it). Step outs are on tanglepatterns and Elatorium.
      Kind regards from Belgium too.

  13. 4
    Trudi says:

    Looks nice and very much in the Canadian Thanksgiving theme.

    • 8
      Ria Matheussen says:

      Thank you Trudi, in Belgium we don’t know the tradition of thanksgiving but it seems very nice to me!

  14. 3

    What a lovely fall tile! Beautiful work!

    • 7
      Ria Matheussen says:

      Thank you Lady Kate, I’m fond of the fall, so I’d like to create a real autumntile, I’m glad you like it.

  15. 2
    joyce says:

    What a lovely tile! I love the way you have combined the two challenges. Just beautiful!!

  16. 1

    Good use of the “torn paper” technique, Ria. And I love the colors.

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