Tag: Zentangle

Doodle art by Mary Beth Shaw | ClothPaperScissors.com

How to Draw Stencil-Guided Doodle Art

Artists love doodling because there are no rules–but tons of fun techniques! Get a sneak peek inside the pages of our latest Zen Doodle Workshop magazine, which is included in this exclusive Year of the Doodle kit (which also includes Year of the Doodle: 365 Drawing, Collaging, and Mark-Making Adventures and the premiere digital issue of Zen Doodle Workshop!) Mixed-Media Doodle Art by…

Coloring page / drawing by Sunny Carvahlo | ClothPaperScissors.com

The Finest Level of Creative Play: Coloring!

Have you been bitten by the coloring bug yet? If you haven’t given coloring books a try since you were a child, the following may persuade you. Read this introduction from the exciting new Coloring Creative Characters book, which is part of the Crazy for Coloring kit. Let editors Barbara Delaney and Tonia Jenny welcome you into the world…

Zen doodle coloring | Tiffany Lovering, ClothPaperScissors.com

Coloring and Zen Doodle LOVE

Because both drawing Zen doodles and coloring are so popular (and seriously, why wouldn’t they be?), our team has come up with an inclusive how-to DVD for mixed-media artists. If you’re just now joining the wave of people who are doodling and coloring their stress away, then you’ll want to start with this Color Love bundle from…

Tangled Bag

I recently discovered Zentangle as a way to help me relax and recover from Depression. This is my biggest project to date and I am pleased with the result. I used a cotton bag and Sakura Micron 01 pen, grey fabric pen for the shading and white Sakura Gelly Roll highlights. Each section is a…

Transparent 2

"Transparency" is taken from a blog post I wrote a while ago, which you can read here:  http://beautifullybrokenme.blogspot.com/2009/03/transparency.html   This is one of my first attempts at doodling and lettering.  The background was made using watercolor and sea salt.  I first pooled watercolor onto my canvas, and while it was still wet, I sprinkled sea…

Fabric Bird Ornament

This is a surface designed 3D bird made with white cotton fabric drawn on with markers and colored pencils.  I sewed around the edges, stuffed it with cotton balls, and finished with zigzag stitching.

I Need a Day at the Beach!

Art journal page – collage, acrylic paint, rubber stamping, a little zentangle,  http://www.procrastinationrehab.blogspot.com