By Marie Browning CZT, Suzanne McNeill CZT, Sandy Bartholomew
Zentangle(R) is an easy-to-learn approach to trend drawing that reduces tension whereas selling creativity. This publication will introduce readers to the elemental thought of Zentangle and supply directions for drawing over a hundred tangle styles from such qualified Zentangle lecturers as Suzanne McNeill, Sandy Steen Bartholomew, and Marie Browning. this gorgeous booklet is stuffed with examples of Zentangle drawings in addition to different artwork tasks and compelling tales from those that have more advantageous their overall healthiness via Zentangle.
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Overlap. Add just a little shading on either side of the upper object. Ground. A smudge of shadow at the base of an object suggests a floor. Cubed. For cubes, shade one very dark side, one light gray side, and one side stays white. Shine. ” exercise Fill all the sections of a tile with the same tangle. Then, make each one unique by shading it differently than the others. A black background adds a lot of depth. The contrast makes the lighter objects pop out. Round shading Make tangles look “round” with these tricks.
There are no mistakes. Zentangle art is done in pen, without erasers or WiteOut®, because in Zentangle, there are no mistakes. If you place a line somewhere you don’t want it in a Zentangle piece, it’s up to you to determine how to incorporate it into the design. Just like you can’t erase things you’ve done in life, you can’t erase what you’ve done in Zentangle art. Remember these things as you work on your first Zentangle, and you will be amazed by the results! Zentangle Tools To complete any Zentangle creation, you only need three tools: a pencil, a pen, and a piece of paper.
Contrast. A light object against a dark background will be highlighted and pop forward. Dark against light will recede, or look like a hole in the surface. Using gray shading adds a middle ground. In this Zentangle piece, it makes the busy bubbles recede and the plants pop up. Depth. To make something look like it is going under another object, add a little shadow on either side of the upper object. Notice how the blending gradation actually makes the pattern to the left looked curved. tip Use the side of your pencil rather than the tip when shading your tangles.