Friday, July 1, 2011

More or Less

Just Be You
I like geometric shapes. I added a bit MORE on this
card by doodling around each shape with my trusty
pilot pen. I like to doodle.

Here is how it looked before I jazzed it up.
A lot LESS without the black contrast.
I like both versions but I will let you decide for yourself.
What do you think?

This is my entry to Simply Less is Moore.


Susan said...

I'm think I love how the black makes the whole card pop...fabulous!

Evelyn S. said...

I like the pen version....still not too much, in my opinion!

Mandi said...

How cool and funky!
So effective!
I'm impressed at your drawing skills.
Slightly deviated from our sketch however. Great to see you Cynthia
Thank you very much
Diva LIM
"Less is More"

Anonymous said...

How do you pull off such a card, I'll tell you why because you are so talented. Cards such as these are not the easiest to make as there's nowhere to hide any errors.
You might imagine I prefer the initial stage without the pen, soft muted colours but the pen transforms it completely and makes it so funky.

Debs M said...

great doodling x

Terry said...

The first one is soooooo nice!!
I like it!

Debby said...

Very nice! I prefer the first one with black. The doodling was great!

Chrissie said...

Looks pretty cool to me!
Thanks so much
Lady LIM
"Less is More"

Chris said...

Wow, what a difference a doodle makes! It really makes the shapes pop.

Have a great weekend.

Dymphie said...

love the black pop of the 'more' version :)

~*~Patty S said...

Your doodling adds so much to this piece...this is really super Cynnie!
Love it!

Bernadet Rodakowski said...

I agree with Lynne! Pure talent. You did that all freehand? Amazing.

I prefer the shapes sketched in with the black pen, but think the plain ink sentiment is easier to read and more effective!


Silvia(Barnie) said...

Wunderschön. Ich kann mich nicht entscheiden, welche mir besser gefällt, jede Karte hat auf ihre eigene Art etwas.

mustavcoffee, Gay Peplow said...

Excellent card, love the graphic lines and how they totally transform this card, beauty! Gay xxx

Anonymous said...

Simply FAB! Cynthia, you are one talented artist! :) The black def pops up the images better!

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