Een prachtige “Fullmoonchallenge” van Hanny Nura die ik als eerste ontdekte na een ontspannen vakantie op het zonnige Gran Canaria. De computer en tekengerief waren bewust thuisgebleven om ten volle te genieten van dit mooie eiland… Dankbaar en tevreden begon ik vandaag aan deze tekening. Op de tankleurige zendalatile werd een gedeelte in blauwe en oranje aquarelverf geschilderd. Ik heb in de oranje cirkel een beetje een “Halloweensfeer” willen brengen en gebruikte daarvoor een stempeltje. Daarnaast zie je Hollis, CO2, Caviar en Ruutz, getekend met witte en zwarte pennen.

A wonderfull “Fullmoonchallenge of Hanny Nura that I noticed as first one after a relaxed vacation on sunny Gran Canaria. I left my computer and Zentanglestuff in Belgium to find the time to explore the beautiful Canarian nature and to relax…Satisfied and grateful, I started to draw today on a tancoloured zendalatile where I painted a piece in blue watercolours, followed by another circle in orange. I wanted to bring a bit of the “Halloweensfere” in the orange part and used a little stamp. Besides the owl, you can find Hollis, CO2, Caviar and Ruutz.

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    A very nice attractive composition with great color contrast and three dimensions. The owl in the warm orange circle looks like it would be in the shine of a lantern. The dark background, which looks like a night sky gives a new dimension and so a wonderful depth.

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      Ria says:

      The Fullmoonchallenges are absolutely wonderfull. I have the intention to join them every month in the future. As you can see, a part of this tile is made in watercolours (the moon and the sky).I’m fond of the combination of these two. For a pleasant accent, I used that little stamp… Thank you for your kind words Margarete. I do appreciate them very much.

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