I’m no Bob Ross, but I like to think that posting these videos will be relaxing and maybe even inspiring for some of you. This One Zentangle a Day practice has helped me clear my head and distract myself from all the yucky things I torture myself by thinking about during the day.
Day 37 of One Zentangle a Day includes the Zentangle pattern Warmth. The Zentangle inspired art created today once again uses an official Zentangle tile and the same alcohol-based markers I used for day 36.
Even though it’s not the most complicated or intricate of Zentangle patterns, I’m very happy with how this turned out. I have a feeling that the pattern combinations I used on today’s tile might find their way into some other larger projects I take on down the road.
I’ve been reading up a little on Zentangling and the creators of the practice. I learned that they actually have training seminars so enthusiasts can become certified teachers. Even if I could, I don’t think I’d want to teach Zentangle, but I’m a little interested in going through the workshops just for the sake of learning if they’re ever offered near me.
Suppot Emily’s Channel
- (3) 3.5″ Zentangle tiles
- Pigma Micron 01
- Pigma Graphic 1
- Bianyo Dual Tip Alcohol Markers in the colors WG01 and WG03:
- One Zentangle a Day: a 6-Week Course in Creative Drawing for Relaxation, Inspiration, and Fun
- Graphite Zentangle Pencil from this set
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