Denzer Family Art My step outs are sometimes crazy, I usually find myself using a new pattern in a zentangle and then try to figure out how someone else could do the same. My mind isn’t always logical but this is what happens. I will share all the patterns I have given steps to in this post. I apologize for some of the photo quality in my earlier postings. A Bed of Roses Papa Blogueur ZENTANGLE : l'art de dessiner pour déstresser Brie Van de Kamp , sur Facebook, nous montre ses créations Zentangle et j’avoue que HOUAAAAAAA, je suis conquis, fasciné pas tant de talents, d’imagination, de zenitude et j’en passe (salut jean !). Mais comme cet article est basé assez (beaucoup) graphique, j’ai tout de suite pensé à mon copain blogueur Juju du blog Mogwaii, donc je lui (re)rend hommage (il m’a prêté son logo, disons que ça devient un rendez-vous), allez sur son blog, vous comprendrez. D’une pierre 3 coups, vous découvrez 2 blogs et un art ouvert tout à chacun quelque soit ses compétences. Le #zentangle pour les nuls
tangle, tangle, tangle Maria Thomas and Rick Roberts created Zentangle several years ago after Rick noticed how calm, relaxed and focused Maria was while working on a lettering art piece. It is best to hear them tell their own story and read about them on their web site at www.zentangle.com. Here though, I would like to tell you my own personal impression when meeting the couple at the 2nd CZT workshop held in October 2009 at a wonderful mansion retreat in Whitinsville, Maryland (outside of Boston). The setting was rustic and beautiful - a perfect location to take in the world of Zentangles. The couple had put together a great workshop. Just meeting them and spending time listening to their take on life was wonderful.
Zentangle Workshop Zen-doodle on the go Actually, if truth be told, I don't have anywhere special to do my zendoodles. I have a corner of a large bedroom, where my computer, printer, art materials and workspace live. Cockles N Mussels 'N' CLAMS, too! (I love seafood!) You're probably familiar with the tangle 'Nzeppel. Cockles 'n' Mussels begins with a random version of 'Nzeppel and moves on from there.
String 106 By Linda Farmer, CZT This week’s String is shared by California tangler Kim English for your creative enjoyment. This is Kim’s first contribution to the resource and it’s an interesting one! CAPI Raw Sketchbook Assignment 2 Form Investigation CAPI Raw Sketchbook Assignment 2 Form Investigation, for CAPI ::: Create Art Portfolio Ideas for Art School Portfolio Course, Art Students and Multimedia Design Creatives, Art Lessons to find a Personal Art Style Create Art Portfolio Ideas - designed to explore one's unique art style, find the little art style elements that make our artwork uniquely personal. What is an artist's unique signature ? How do we find ourselves drawn to particular artists sometimes without even knowing quite why ? Lets take a look at the methods behind our artful madness , decipher the patterns that govern our subconsious and find new ways to let our art supplies be at ease with the muse's demands for originality. CAPI Raw Sketchbook Assignment 2 From InvestigationCAPI ::: Create Art Portfolio Ideas for Art School Students and Multimedia Creatives
Outlines to Copy Outlines to Copy I am posting outlines that you can add doodle patterns too, and you are free to use however you wish. I will post a new one or maybe two each week for you to use. I have added a Mr Linky so that those who want to, can post their results. B If you would like to add my TanglePatterns badge to your website, blog, etc., here's the code you need - simply click in the box below, copy and paste. LARGE BADGE (As above, 150 px) SMALL BADGE (As above, 100px) The badge links to the TanglePatterns home page. Share the Zentangle® love! To add my 2015 TANGLE GUIDE badge - simply click in the box below, copy and paste.
Step-by-steps & patterns Examples of this and alternative method here I draw string a lot so it's all over the blog. See also here and here. Doodle Addicted No, there are no bees in this doodle drawing. It’s me that’s been the busy bee! We recently had a big business event which had been consuming all of my time. But it’s done now (and was a huge success!) So I give you another flower doodle. Because you can never have enough flower doodles. Zentangle Pattern Swap Sunday, August 7, 2011 Zentangle Pattern Swap Posted by Faithmarie at 8:45 PM 2 comments: chantalsccJanuary 1, 2012 at 10:01 PMi have a probably very ignorant question.. is this something you use in photoshop. if so can you give details on how to download and useReplyDeleteRepliesLalynnNovember 30, 2012 at 11:50 AMIf you are using it as a zentangle, you want to draw it by hand.DeleteReply Load more...
Tangles to Try Monday, July 26, 2010: Tangle "Brix" Although Brix is a very simple tangle, it is a great filler, especially for a larger space. It can be drawn with any size so that gives it a lot of variety. You can also "warp" it easily simply by making the beginning lines not parallel. Sometimes I have "bleed over" of a pattern into a string or a tangle might be open and feel like it needs a background--this is a really versatile answer to those things. Tangle Harmony Circular Grid Patterns with Geneviève’s Mandala Stencils All of us who do any kind of pattern drawing are familiar with grid patterns, patterns that drawn on a square grid like these, tow of my favourites: The mandala stencils are essentially a circular grid tool.