joey's weekly tangle challenge #15

 This tangle challenge is for anyone who enjoys using tangles in their art.
Whether you are an experienced artist or new to drawing, we're here to learn from each other and have fun with our art!
  I hope that you will find my challenges fresh, stimulating and rewarding!

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to any challenge, at any time.

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Welcome to the 15th challenge!

In honour of Canada Day (July 1st)
and the Fourth of July (in the US)
I thought it would be fun to

tangle your country's flag!

This is the only guideline
so you may use any tangles that you choose.
Do your country proud and have a wonderful holiday!
~ joey ~
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  1. wow. this one has me stumped, so it's a good challenge. hahahaha! i'm definitely feeling challenged at this point. i'll sit and cogitate awhile. haha! hmmmm

  2. It bounced around a time or two in my head too. I finally had to go for representative instead of exact. Once I did that, it became easy because stars and stripes (USA) are pretty basic shapes for tangling. A little red, white and blue and it's done.

    1. Lori,
      Your idea is brilliant! Thanks for sharing it!

  3. Kristen and Emilia,
    You two must have so much fun tangling together! I love that you have different ideas on how to draw your challenges! Thanks for joining in!

  4. Lucky you Sal to have a tangle that looks like your flag!

  5. Carmela,
    The Netherlands flag never looked so good! And we're cheering for you in the World Cup too!

  6. Hey Kia,
    Great to see your version of the Canadian flag! Thanks so much for your comments and for sharing your artwork!

  7. Kylie,
    Great idea making the Australian flag out of twinchies! I really like the look of the border around each one and how you have shaded them.
    Hope to have you back participating again soon, your drawings are lovely!

  8. Sue you have coloured your flag in beautifully! I also use several layers of colour before I am happy with the results but generally I am happy by the time I finish!


I really enjoy reading your thoughts and ideas about the posts that I write here. It's nice to just say hi too!
~ joey ~