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Unwind, Tangle and Relax!
In Zentangle Untangled, Kass Hall introduces you to the fun and relaxing "doodling" process of Zentangle©--an engaging art form that uses repetitive patterns to create striking works of art that anyone can achieve regardless of age or artistic ability.
Following an explanation of the Zentangle© process, inside you will find 12 step-by-step demonstrations showing you how to create enticing tangle patterns, followed by several examples of how to add eye-popping color to your pieces, as well as fun ways to use tangles in your art journals. Captivating pieces from Kass and a slew of other artists will further satisfy your craving for inspiration!
Inside you will find:
- 12 step-by-step demonstrations of tangle patterns to make getting started easy!
- Different ways to introduce color, a variety of art materials, photography, and much more to your pieces.
- How to take your pen-and-ink tangles to the next step by enhancing them digitally!
|Product dimensions:||8.20(w) x 10.70(h) x 0.30(d)|
About the Author
Kass Hall is a mixed-media artist and instructor from Australia who has explored many art forms over the years, including scrapbooking, painting, sculpture and graphic design. Her current art focuses on art journaling and drawing, with an emphasis on Zentangle. Kass has degrees in Fine Art and Design and Secondary Education and is also a certified Zentangle instructor. Her work has been published in For Keeps Scrapbooking, Scrapbooking Memories Australia, Scrapbook Creations and Cloth Paper Scissors Studios.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
NOT WORTH BUYING IT WAS A WASTE OF MY MONEY BARELY ANY PATTERNS TO LEARN. YOUR BETTER OFF WITH GETTING OTHER BOOKS!!!!!
Good resource for patterns... Not so much the meditation part.
The book was ok, There seemed to be more history about the author than there was on instruction on how to draw the designs. Would have liked more patterns and less pictures of already completed drawings.
I have seen both the papaerback and the nook edition, and the nook edition translates beautifully (plus it's much cheaper!) There are many step-by-step tangles, and many more that you could just figure out on your own. The author delves into Zentangle-inspired art, and gives recommendations on the products she purchased. A must have if you have no other zentangle books.
Before seeing how this method of meditative drawing was broken down, I'll admit I was a bit skeptical that it was something easily attainable for anyone. But after seeing how easy this process truly is (not to mention all the directions you can take it in), I feel like I've been let in on the secret!