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Drawing Patterns : Finding Zen in Zentangle Inspired Art

Kim Mastromartino, create with joy

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9 Lessons (26m)
    • 1. Drawing Patterns Finding Zen in Zentangle Intro

    • 2. About Zentangle

    • 3. Tools of the Trade

    • 4. Cresent Moon

    • 5. Printemps

    • 6. Hollibaugh

    • 7. N'Zeppel

    • 8. Appreciate

    • 9. Drawing Patterns Finding Zen in Zentangle Conclusion

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About This Class

The Zentangle Method is an easy-to-learn, relaxing, and fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns. It can increase your focus and creativity, provide artistic satisfaction along with an increased sense of personal well-being.

You can find Zen in Zentangle. Everyone will end up with a different piece of art based on their unique spin on the tangle patterns.

To get your free pdf please go to my free minicourse...you will find the pdf and additional resources. https://kim-mastromartino-s-school.teachable.com/p/zentangle-inspired-art-preview

If you like this starter course...you can continue your practice with expanded content -more video ,demos, digital pattern builders,video testimonials of how others use this practice and a guided 2 week plan with pattern outlines and opportunity to practice alongside me in real time.

Free Mini course to see what it is all about...


In this Skillshare course you will learn:

  • history of this method, basic tools, and supplies
  • how to draw patterns and create variations
  • how to create a beautiful piece of art 

Zentangle provides the opportunity for you to reach a calm and relaxed state of mind.  No planning needed, just allow the lines and shapes to unintentionally emerge on the paper.

With the Zentangle Method, anyone can create beautiful images from repetitive patterns. It is easy to learn fun, relaxing and easy to do. 

Share your completed project here in the course and receive appreciation from myself and others!

Find a pencil, thin black felt tip pen, and paper ( 3"-5" square art card, cardstock or watercolor paper). Join me for some fun and relaxation!