Yes, I said Nudibranchs...
It was Nudibranchs that got me started on this wavy kinda bangle. But I've been skirting a nudibranch look because... well... if you take a look at the nundibranch link, you'll see that it could lead to some extreme bangles... which may happen... but... well... we'll see. One step at a time.
Here's a detail of the inside of the bangle... my favorite inside pattern yet.
I owe Maggie Maggio a huge thank you. Her "Color Smashing" workshop taught me many things, but the most mind blowing? Well, I learned not to be afraid of Zinc Yellow or Fuschia, and that if you do a skinner blend with the two, it makes this fantastic blend. Zounds!
The BioBangle above is a great example of this blend, although this particular photo doesn't show the color variations well. (Not to make excuses, of course. *cough*) You can see a tad of the Zinc Yellow, but the thin outer rim of Fuschia isn't very clear. In real life the colors in this bangle create a kind of illusion, leaving the viewer perplexed as to what shade of red it really is. It's kind of cool.
*remembers it was Maggie who taught her this trick*
*finds humility again*
If this BioBangle doesn't satisfy any of you, stay tuned. There will be more BioBangle photos coming up soon.