29 Aug 2018

Different Styles and uses for the Zentangle Pattern

A relatively new form of art, that is gaining a lot of traction amongst artists and art lovers.
hello_zenart not only draws these fantastic shapes, but also runs courses and teaches this style of drawing.  I wasn't able to find out much more about this artist, so I will focus on the work.  First things first, Zentangles are achieved by repeating pre-defined patterns, to accomplish an overall design.  That said, you can create new ones if you so wish, but there are a few classics, that were created, when this style was first invented. The original Zentangle drawings, were always created on 3.5 inch (8.9 cm) square tiles, with a view that tiles could then form a larger pattern, plus they are drawn in B&W.  It has now morphed to a point, that people use this form of art to detail their drawings, or to make gift wrapping a more personalised present.  Have a look below, to see the different styles and uses, in color and in black and white.

Classic Pattern.
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Detailing Birds.
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Detailing Laves.
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Present Wrapping.
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Possible Diary Cover.
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Multiple Tiles.
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3D Look.
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Illustrations, Alice in Wonderland.
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Moleskine Tree.
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Classic Pattern, but in Color.
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Tiles to make a bigger Drawing.
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Balls with different Patterns.
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