…Step-by-step guidance and experience into creating Zentangle® Artwork for participants, along with a “bumper lesson of Monogram”, that the participants complete in the session.Read More
it is super fun to opt-in for My weekly Zentangle prompts and ideas in how to in how to incorporate that one idea of Zentangle Art in different ways, and push your creativity to a greater extent. So that is what I give to my participants/ students in my After Workshop sessions.Read More
After a fantastic, energetic Beginner Zentangle Workshop on August 11, 2019 at For Old Times’ Sake lounge, in Aug 2019, we are having TWO WORKSHOPS in September 2019, one of which we just finished today at Happiness Quotient today! Each workshop or even a private/online Zentangle Session differs from one to another, though I teach the same things, with similar materials and methodology. But the common factor is , both the host and the participants take the fun component along with them to their home. They are relaxed and happy for they could sit through the power-packed 3 Hours Session.
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In the month of August 2019, I will be sending out two String Prompts for the Zentangle India Community. For the first timers here, who do not understand the string component - String is something we draw with pencil on the Zentile(R), that divides the tile into the sections as we want to tangle and not tangle. The whole point is to have fun and enjoy the intuitive process of tangling.
This whole week, I worked on the tangle-patterns created by the Zentangle Community in India . For many, who are first time reading this blog, I would like to let you know, that we have a wonderful online Zentangle Community India, wherein each week, we create Zentangle Artworks on the prompt patterns and strings. In past few months, we have been playing with all the patterns deconstructed by either the CZTs (Certified Teachers) or the Tanglers of India. Due to time constraint and other distractions, I have not been able to keep up to in consistent manners. And so, this week, I just wanted to dedicate my Zen-Time only in creating artworks by the tangle/string prompts from this community.
Clicking on the image will take you to the site/file of the TanglePattern step-outs.
So today I picked up a tile that I did about 10 days ago. The more I looked at it, I felt that it needed something more! So then after a heart-full cooking, I sat over my desk (sacredspace),Read More
Zentangle is a beautiful ceremony and tradition. It acts like sugar - melts and mixes into anything it dissolves.Read More
… it is fun to see how using few colors and mixes, one cannot come up with beautiful washes. These kinds of experiments remind me to tangle, paint, explore more and more. After all, that’s what creative minds do. The whole joy is to allow oneself to process their maximum best!Read More
This week's prompt pattern is M-Line , in Zentangle India Facebook Group. This is my try on the tile, few hours of me with just some interesting color pencils, graphite and my all time favorite Sakura Micron Pens.
I have started to tangle and paint on this versatile Indian Handmade Hotpressed 100%cotton sketchbook by FurryTails (check them on Instagram).
I make no set of plan for my Zentangle, though very often, artists say that plan your drawings, colours, subject, etc. But Zentangle eliminates all major decisions, plannings, etc. It sets one to the freedom of painting and tangling out of his individual intuition.
I shall explain the whole process of how this piece started building up once I complete my work here. Posting picture of the work-in-progress...
I finished my tan tile and excitedly showed it to my mom and asked her what it resembles to, and in an instant, she said, that it looks like Oil Floating over water and we both agreed on how some patterns appear over our Indian Curries, when oil mixes with the water. So, that inspired me to keep this tangle named as OFloat for “Oil Float”.Read More
This is a beautiful tangle pattern from my dear friend Nadine Roller. The pattern is simple and drastically changes its movements after shading. She has shared beautiful tiles and in ways she played with this tangle pattern. Here's her website link
I took inspiration from her, and gave my own twist on it.
Some Tuesdays of the month, we tanglers from India, post our half-done tiles in the Zentangle India Facebook Group, so that others could pick and chose for SWAP. Then, we physically post our Zentiles to each other, and when, we are inspired, we complete it and post the finished piece in the group.
This Tuesday, today, I posted my 3 Tiles for the pick. Here's how it goes -
Now I am anxiously waiting for how everyone shall add the magic!🥰