Here you see that same basic all boxed up –
two rows down from the top.
Just like in the step-out.
This is the second version for all boxed up.
Divide that middle section in half horizontally –
the top half is exactly what you see in the step-out.
The bottom half is that same step-out but flipped.
I turned the tile upside down and drew the exact same all boxed up steps, but because the tile was inverted, the design is also inverted.
I had no idea how it would turn out.
I like this version, too!
Then I drew version three.
Looks awesome, right?
It’s actually 7 rows of what you see in the step-out,
stacked on top of each other
in exactly the same format.
No turning the tile.
Just a complete drawing of the row –
The shading is really what makes this piece pop.
And it’s unbelievable how different it looks once you add the shading.
See what I mean?
I like it both ways but it looks like two totally different pieces.
And I just repeated the row – until I had seven of them.
You’ve seen all boxed up in:
a single row,
with rows opposing each other,
and in repeating rows where they are exactly the same.
For version four let’s talk about size.
For all the other tiles, I drew the boxes approximately the same size.
And straight across.
For this piece I wondered how all boxed up would look
in a curvy framework,
and with different size boxes.
(The background was colored with the new Dylusions Paints.
A post about those will be upcoming really soon.)
I drew my framework string with some of my boxes small,
and some considerably larger.
Then I filled in the boxes.
You can see that it did not cause any problem
with the boxes being different sizes
or being curvy instead of straight.
For this particular piece, I just drew one row of
all boxed up.
It fits in very well with other tangles.
So there you are.
Four different versions for all boxed up.
And all really easy to do.
I imagine there are many other versions that we could
draw for all boxed up.
Please feel free to use my tangle in your art work.
Pin it, post it, share it.
I’d love to see what you do with it!