Joy of Zentangle

Joy of Zentangle

Joy of ZentangleJoy of Zentangle
By Suzanne McNeill, Sandy Steen Bartholomew, and Marie Browning
Gifted by Design Originals
www.d-originals.com
Reviewed by Melissa Conner


This book may change your life.

Zentangle is the newest craze to hit the crafting world.  This easy-to-learn, relaxing, and fun illustration technique is a great way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns.  It’s easy to learn and, after doing a few Zentangle pieces, you’ll begin to notice the world around you in a different way—it will seem brighter, more colorful, more in focus.  You’ll also master illustration techniques that you never thought possible.

Traditional Zentangle designs are done in black ink on a white square tile of paper.  A simple pattern can be broken down into several small sections and each section contains a different doodle or illustration.  There is no right or wrong when creating a Zentangle design, just relax and let yourself go! 

There are also several ways to use Zentangle, as outlined in Joy of Zentangle.  You could use it to decorate your home, create beautiful backgrounds for scrapbooks and cards, or simply decorate a margin of a business memo as you sit in your morning meeting.

Joy of Zentangle makes jumping into this addicting illustration technique easy and fun.  With step-by-step full color photographs and detailed written instructions, this is a great guide for those who are new to or curious to learn more about this addicting hobby.

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This looks very cool. I can see my grandaughters especially loving this. Thanks for sharing

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