Zentangle Untangled

Zentangle Untangled

Inspiration and Prompts for Meditative Drawing

eBook - 2012
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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!
Publisher: Iola : F+W Media, Inc., 2012.
ISBN: 9781440318320
Branch Call Number: eBOOK OVERDRI
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc. - Distributor


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Dec 06, 2016

I think I've probably reached the level of intermediate tangler now. I've read about 30 books and frequent many zentangle blogs. I've designed three of my own tangles and I make zentangle cards for friends and family who enjoy them. I'm kind of picky about which tangles I consider worth publishing and most of the ones in this book were really ugly with the exception of two. There are only 12 included. The Zentangle community are quick to invent new tangles so they can copyright them which I think is silly and that makes them release books with their new tangles, most of them not worth reading. So this book has 12 tangles: (1) cabin floor, (2) five oh, (3) starfish, (4) echo, (5) bronx cheer, (6) cheers, (7) mooka, (8) facets, (9) honeycomb, (10) frippery, (11) tripoli, and (12) betweed. I liked cabin floor and five oh. Mooka and cabin floor are in many books; nothing new there. The others I haven't seen before but they were ugly. Most of the book is a collection of artwork from various artists using zentangles. There's a two page tutorial on using Photoshop to make a colored zentangle from one drawn in black on white paper. Simply create two layers, the black and white zentangle on top and the colored paper/pattern on the bottom then select layer blending-->darken. Voila, you have a colorized zentangle that you can crop to size. On p. 108 there is a beautiful zendala. So four pages are worth reading and the rest is not, IMO.

Cynthia_N Aug 09, 2014

I was a little disappointed in this book. It didn't go beyond what I have found on the internet.

Dec 30, 2013

For a novice Zentangler who's just discovered this wonderful art form, this book is an excellent resource and teaching aid: lots of beautiful examples to encourage and inspire!


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