It's not too bad looking at it from a distance but if you look up close, you'll see what I mean. There are a couple of things I'd like to point out (if you're interested!) :-)
First is what I said about all the rings join at the base of the onion ring. It's a bit messy when you look at it up close, isn't it. You make the small ring, reverse, make the large inner ring, reverse, make the chain that goes around the inner large ring, join, make the last small ring, reverse, make the chain that will go to the next motif. The particular example I'm showing you even suffer from "gaposis" - shock, horror!! Anyway, I wasn't sure how else to complete this particular series of elements so that's how I ended up doing it. If anyone can suggest a better solution, I'd love to hear it.
The second thing I'd like to mention is the little ring at the tip. There should be two stitches either side of it. But when I tatted the first one like that, the gap looked bigger on the left of the tiny ring than on the right. To make it look balanced, I ended up making 1½ stitches on the left and 2½ on the right (actually starting with the 2nd half of a stitch first to pull the ring in and give it stability and then two full double stitches).
I think that way, it looks visually balanced.
Ok, enough of my ramblings?