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Abstract Swirlique napkin fabric by edsel2084 on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 42.0 x 36.0 inches.

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14.48in x 15.44in, 150 pixels/inch,

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By Andrea Enthal

A Cuisinart of abstract mirror designs borrowing from Victorian, Edwardian, paisley, and art nouveau. You will also find orphan cars, and adaptations of very old ads. Most of her work is hand drawn with twists, vines & Celtic knots.

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Description:

Only crayon, paper, and my scanner were used to create this design. The original drawing is only 7.5 inches across, so it was scanned at 310 dpi to cr

Only crayon, paper, and my scanner were used to create this design. The original drawing is only 7.5 inches across, so it was scanned at 310 dpi to create the size. It is 100% freehand, hand-drawn. Only digital manipulation used is that you are looking at a negative of the original art. With only white spaces between shapes, it looked kinda washed out and blah, so I reversed it.

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amy_g

amy_g says: Yup, still totally gorgeous! :o)

Posted over 2 years ago.

wyspyr

wyspyr says: Beautiful

Posted over 3 years ago.

marie_s

marie_s says: Stunning! Love the texture at swatch view. Well done

Posted over 4 years ago.

clotild...

clotilda_warhammer says: Wow- crayon?!? I didn't know crayons could do that! Gorgeous!!

Posted over 4 years ago.

muddyfoot

muddyfoot says: I love this! The shading gives it wonderful depth and texture!

Posted over 4 years ago.

edsel2084

edsel2084 says: It printed very intense and very much as you see on the screen. The original design was an entry in the napkin contest that required no repeat. I think the repeat I have here fails. Would have been better if I had a computer program to cut it up for an asymmetrical repeat. But I do not have such and don't know how to do that.

Posted almost 5 years ago.

penina

penina says: This is great! I love the shading and rich colors. How did they print?

Posted almost 5 years ago.

amy_g

amy_g says: just beautiful.....love your colors ~ bravo!!!!

Posted about 5 years ago.

lucindawei

lucindawei says: Congrats on top 10!

Posted over 5 years ago.

francine

francine says: Very beautiful! Congrats :)

Posted over 5 years ago.

rhondad...

rhondadesigns says: Congratulations on the top ten placing! I do hope that you turn this lovely design into a repeating pattern.

Posted over 5 years ago.

trcreative

trcreative says: Congratulations to your beautiful contender. I hope it graces many tables

Posted over 5 years ago.

beebumble

beebumble says: Yeah!! Congratulations-sooo lovely!

Posted over 5 years ago.

vo_aka_...

vo_aka_virginiao says: Whoooo hooooo, congrats on 6th in the Top 10! Fabulous!

Posted over 5 years ago.

ravenous

ravenous says: Congratulations! Great job :)

Posted over 5 years ago.

edsel2084

edsel2084 says: The "splodge" is not white. It is the shade of green on the upper left side of that form. (I checked on the original art). It is really part of the various crayon strokes to make the blending of the colors. When they were positive, it shaded right in. In negative, it looks like a spot, but it is a natural part of the blended shading.

Posted over 5 years ago.

joanmcl...

joanmclemore says: I thought this would do well.

Posted over 5 years ago.

kdl

kdl says: Lovely, congratulations on top ten!

Posted over 5 years ago.

rhondad...

rhondadesigns says: The colours are gorgeous and there is a wonderful fluidity and rhythm to the curves and shapes in this design.

Posted over 5 years ago.

leslipe...

leslipepper says: Gorgeous! I'd buy a set of these and a tabletopper too!

Posted over 5 years ago.

lucindawei

lucindawei says: Wonderful colors!

Posted over 5 years ago.

mandollyn

mandollyn says: Very pretty... :o)

Posted over 5 years ago.

majobv

majobv says: I love the organic shapes and the way colors fuse. Very elegant.

Posted over 5 years ago.

sef

sef says: I think the reversed colours are nicer ones anyway! :-D NB There's an odd white splodge (lower left) which looks more like an artifact (eg dirt on the scanner?) than deliberate though.

Posted over 5 years ago.

joanmcl...

joanmclemore says: I like the design and depth. I don't know if you use Photoshop or not and you may already have tried the technique I am thinking of and will describe. But since you said the original looked washed out (which scanned items will tend to do) in the reverse of this image you have loaded......have you tried duplicating the layer and then have the top layer set as "multiply"..........changing the layer settings such as "soft light or overlay or multiply" can enhance the coloration when there are issues with saturation of colors. It would be an interesting test for the original drawing to see what effect it had on the color. But the reverse of the original does look nice.

Posted over 5 years ago.