Deze 3-kleurige snoepjes zijn heel populair rond Halloween in de Verenigde staten. Vandaar dat ik deze tile die als string 3 zulke vormen had, gekleurd heb in typische Halloweenkleuren: zwart, geel, oranje. Voor de highlights werd hier en daar een toetsje aangebracht met een witte gelpen. Een heel plezante challenge met volgende tangles: Printemps, Bales en Msst op een tankleurige tile.

These three coloured candy’s are very popular at  Halloween in the United States. That is why, I have chosen to draw this tile (based on 3 triangles as a string) in the typical colours of Halloween: black, yellow and orange. For the highlights, a little touch with a white gellypen is added. A funny challenge with Printemps, Bales and Msst on a Renaissance tile.

 

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6 Comments

  1. 5

    This is a really cheerful implementation of the for Europeans probably somewhat unfamiliar theme, Ria! Your colors fit perfectly to autumn and also does the friendly red to the sweets. The highlights give a wonderful shiny note to this beautiful tile!

    • 6
      Ria Matheussen says:

      Thank you Margarete for your lovely comment, it is true, I had my doubts about this tile but I’m glad you like it!

  2. 3

    So beautiful, dear Ria! Like the colouring and the hightlights!

    • 4
      Ria Matheussen says:

      These “candycorn sweets” are typical for Halloween in the States, I am not familiar with that stuff and I found this challenge rather different, therefore I am very grateful for your kind comment! Thank you dear Annette.

  3. 1
    michele says:

    I love this Ria!

    • 2
      Ria Matheussen says:

      Thank you very much Michele, I didn’t find this an easy challenge and I’m glad you like it!

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