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Give your kids the Zentangle series of books and watch them turn their doodles into a whole new art form. The technique is simple: start with a shape, such as a. The Zentangle book that started it all—and inspired 9 sequels—is now Zentangle Basics, Expanded Workbook Edition and millions of other books are. Zentangle Basics book. Read 34 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Zentangle Basics introduces you to the hottest trend in decorative.


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Explore LoveArt LoveLife's board "Zentangle Basics", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas LuAnn Kessi: Sketch Book, zentangle or quilting. Suzanne McNeill's book, Zentangle Basics CZT® Suzanne McNeill's first Zentangle® book, Zentangle Basics, is particularly geared for educators and their. Bring out the artist inside you with the Zentangle Method. Learn the eight basic steps of the Zentangle method and how you can begin creating Zentangle art.

And there is something so satisfying to me about getting shading advice from my son, who's drawing experience vastly outweighs mine. Fear not, you don't need a resident artist for tutorials, learning to Zentangle doesn't require you to know about shading, or anything else other than connecting points with curved or straight lines.

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Zentangle is a pattern-based, abstract drawing technique. And if you want to get really picky about it, it's done on square pieces of special paper called "tiles".

I don't use square pieces of special paper. I use a high-quality, blank spiral-bound journal I inherited from Damien who used the first few pages for some doodling of his own. What I love about Zentangle: No expectations. What I draw on the page doesn't have to look like anything in real life. I have to admit I'm sometimes a bit jittery about making mistakes but that's also why I keep doing it. To learn that each mistake I make is not that big of a deal.

I don't naturally thrive in open-ended scenarios but Zentangle is "going with the flow" in your drawing. You have to let go of preconceived notions of what you think your art should or will look like and let it unfold. I create a Zentangle drawing, pattern by pattern, without a plan. This open-endedness helps me see and experience for myself, the beauty in not knowing, not planning, not controlling.

Accessible and space-small.

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The tools are simple, the supplies easily accessible and doesn't require a special studio or equipment. Guidelines, but it's also very creative. As you learn to Zentangle, you learn how to draw the individual patterns and combine them with other patterns.

I don't know who makes these up or how new tangles are added to the "official" mix. I guess this is what makes it Zentangle specifically vs.

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But even though you're following a pattern, called a tangle, how you draw that is very subjective and then there are tangelations mixing it up. And how you pair and layer patterns next to each creates a new piece of art every time.

I've been doing a lot of things this summer and fall to face anxiety head-on. CBT, mindfulness, meditation, supplements, and drawing. I don't know how significant a role the drawing plays but it helps because it is a type of mindfulness and the fact that I can't do it perfectly is very good for me mentally. A lot of resources profess the therapeutic benefits of Zentangle.

I can't disagree with them but mostly I just think it's really enjoyable so, I guess yes, it's therapeutic. In trying my hand at Zentangle I completely adopted the posture of a learner, a student.

I knew virtually nothing, other than what I learned in Hibernate, about meditative drawing and I have made some ridiculous drawings in my practice. It's supposed to be a "zen" experience but sometimes it's a snort laughter experience as my lines go places I didn't intend. But I've also drawn tangles I'm really pleased with and I can flip through my journal and see the progression of my skill. This is very rewarding.

I'm a learner, I'm not experienced, and it's good to be in that position. Ever since I started posting photos of my tangles on Instagram I've been asked how I learned and what books I recommend. Like I mentioned above, I chose One Zentangle A Day because it was my favorite book from what I could borrow and preview from the library collection.

May 24, Marylou rated it liked it. Introduction to zentangle The book gives a basic introduction to zentangles.

The pictures for the patterns are too small to be useful, although there are also written directions. Vicky rated it really liked it May 19, Brenda rated it really liked it Jan 09, Shelby rated it did not like it May 05, Dean Moriarty rated it it was ok Dec 01, Sandra rated it did not like it Dec 19, Karen rated it really liked it Apr 30, Patty rated it liked it May 31, Michael rated it it was amazing May 24, Catherine P rated it liked it May 12, Adrian Brown Kuzel rated it it was amazing Oct 31, Sara Mallon rated it did not like it Oct 22, Tammy Levario rated it it was amazing Aug 08, Anas rated it really liked it Oct 11, Jacqueline L.

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Specific Item Notes if any May have bumped corner, torn dust cover, folded pages, light dust soil, remainder mark Jane Maribax. Written by an experienced Zentangle author and certified teacher. Language of text: All pages and cover are intact.

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Best of all, you can tangle even if you hav Beginner-friendly with few materials required to get started?. Techniques to practice and a world full of canvases to bring beauty and joy to others?. Small enough to provide a sense of instant grat Zentangle 8: We carefully inspect and grade books properly.

Specific Item Notes if any May have bumped corner, torn dust cover This is a paper back book. The cover or pages have curled corners.

The pages have normal wear. We ship Monday-Saturday and respond to inquries within 24 hours.

May have bumped corner, torn dust cover, folded pages, light dust soil, remainder mark, pr Zentangle Art to Go by Bonnie K. Bonnie K.I picked up two Zentangle books at the same time.

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In all she show 24 step by step tangles Zentangle Basics by Suzanne McNeill has remained my favourite even though I own four other related book. Lists with This Book. So I showed him. It features step-by-step illustrations for 25 tangles. Other Editions 1. Embellish journals, scrapbooks, art, paintings, and cards. New expanded edition includes 16 new workbook pages for practice and enjoyment.

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