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Zentangles: Examples, Ideas and Materials

Updated on September 8, 2014
Created in my Fabriano Fatpad (A5)
Created in my Fabriano Fatpad (A5) | Source

Zentangle- inspired-art (ZIA)

Many Zentangle enthusiasts are looking for something more than just the basics. So I set about creating several slightly complex pieces, hopefully to inspire you to do the same.

Zentangle-inspired-art doesn't have to be restricted to 3.5 x 3.5 inch squares; it can any size and you can add ZIA to many different types of art. Here are some examples of larger patterns and a little more information on the best materials to use. I will also include some ideas of how add sparkle to your journals by zinging a little Zentangle in here and there.

Please be patient - there are several large images here so the page may take time to load. Go fill in a bit of your Zentangle while you wait!

Important You don't have to be good at drawing to make a great piece of artwork!

The Zentangle® art form and method was created by Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas. Zentangle® is a registered trademark of Zentangle, Inc. Learn more at zentangle.com.

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But these drawings look way too complicated!

No, they're not - start small

They do look complicated and they are meant to. I love the fact that even I can keep finding new patterns in them when I look at them. However, they are made like all the other ones - mark by mark, line by line.

Take your paper, preferably smooth (hot press) watercolor. Decide whether you want a margin or not. If you are planning on framing these, then it's a good idea to leave a border so that you don't lose any of the Zentangle under the mat.

For these particular ones, I used a kind of random grid like the one in the picture. Simply draw double lines, paying attention to the way they intersect. These lines or borders will define the 'negative spaces' that you will fill with your chosen doodles. I have used a piece of scrap paper and a black pen to make sure it shows up in the scan. Use an HB pencil so that you can adjust or erase if you need to. As you develop your drawing sometimes it looks good to have a pattern spill over the grid and you want to be able to erase the border outline.

If you need a head start, then Zentangle Templates has basic strings and outlines that you can print out.

Getting creative with grids

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Begin to fill your Zentangle

Put on your music or perhaps an audio book, choose a pattern and begin to fill in one of those negative spaces. Move to another and fill it with the same, similar or completely different pattern. It can look good to see a pattern continue under the grid lines.

Here's a work-in-progress that I am doing right now. I never try to complete one of these in one go. I leave it next to my laptop and whenever there's a break in my work, or I need to rest or think, I just pick up one of my Pigma Micron pens and do another section. I'm convinced that it keeps me calm and serene. Possibly.

Doodling deliberately is an 'active meditation'. Try it; it's lovely.

Keep going - This Zentangle took about a week to finish

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...But that was because I was doing little itty-bits at a time.

Keep filling-in. Look around you for inspiration. See Zentangles everywhere. Trawl the web. Pinterest is a great place for ZIAs

When you have completed your Zentangle, add a little shading here and there. It makes a huge difference. Shade near the grid lines. Try to see the light coming in at an angle across the paper and shade under opposite lines and corners. Oh... before you start shading, check out which way up your Zentangle looks the best.

The Mandala Book

Fantastic book bursting with inspiration for Zentangle enthusiasts. See the doodles below, which I made in just a few minutes browsing this book. There is so much in there - 500 glorious photos of mandalas to set your creativity buds a-tingling.

The Mandala Book: Patterns of the Universe
The Mandala Book: Patterns of the Universe

Creative source book for artists and designers.

 
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The *best* pens for Zentangle - Sakura Pigma Micron

These really are the best doodling pens ever. I always buy the sets so that I have different nib sizes to choose from. Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas recommend the 001 size, and it's true, that is the best size for 3"x3" Zentangles. However, when you are working with larger patterns it makes sense to be able to fill-in with a thicker nib.

Sakura Pigma Micron pens

Sakura 30062 6-Piece Pigma Micron Ink Pen Set, Black
Sakura 30062 6-Piece Pigma Micron Ink Pen Set, Black

I use these all the time in my art, not only for doodling, but for many other applications. They are waterproof and will work over different media.

 

Straight (ish) gridlines

Straight (ish) gridlines
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Sunflower by KNM - "Guest Tangle"

Sunflower Zentangle-Inspired
Sunflower Zentangle-Inspired | Source

Zentangle with color

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Incorporating Zentangles into an art journal

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Watercolour background, loads of doodles and then write in the gaps. What a great way to spend a relaxing Sunday afternoon.

Journal page with touches of ZIA

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      myraggededge 3 years ago

      @3grrrs: There, snagged another one! :D

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      3grrrs 3 years ago

      OMGosh! just discovered zentangles - zendoodles, and I am SO hooked. Am just working on a cheap pad of paper and a plain old fine line pen .. but oh Lord, what fun! I see where this is so zen like .. I totally lose myself in the lines and swirls .. hope there's no anditote for this (:

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      sierradawn lm 3 years ago

      Have always loved zentangle doodling but had no idea it had a name!

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      myraggededge 3 years ago

      @Khaleeka: Perfection is overrated, Khaleeka, don't you think? We should let our human hands create with abandon and without fear of being imperfect - unless we are performing micro-surgery, of course :)

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      Khaleeka 3 years ago

      I love doodling! Since my quad hands couldn't draw a straight line to save my life, I LOVE the fact that perfection doesn't matter!

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      myraggededge 3 years ago

      @KateFeredayEshete: Thank you, Kate. Zentangle is a wonderful way to engage children in the possibilities of design. Good luck and happy tangling!

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      Kate Fereday Eshete 3 years ago from Ethiopia

      I'd never heard of zentangles before so was fascinated to read this lens. I shall certainly be introducing entangles to my Grade 2s at my school in Ethiopia! Thanks for an excellent lens.

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      steadytracker lm 3 years ago

      That is some really great looking artwork. Thank you so much for sharing it with us.

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      myraggededge 3 years ago

      @mayraborcea: Thank you, mayaborcea, but no, you don't have to be talented to create Zentangles. They are very easy to do :)

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      mayraborcea 3 years ago

      Wow!! What an art!! You have to be talented to do zetangles! I don't think I could ever do this...I loved your drawings especially the colored zetangle art. :)

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      myraggededge 4 years ago

      @SheilaSchnauzies: Thank you, Sheila. Have fun with Zs xx

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      Sheila 4 years ago from Omaha, NE

      I love, love, LOVE Zentangles!!! I haven't done my first one yet but I definitely plan to. Your most excellent lens here has provided me with some inspiration to get going! Congrats on being listed in the top 200 lenses on Squidoo! Blessed if we still could!

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      myraggededge 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Thank you, Mandy, and also to so many others who have left such positive and encouraging comments.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      hi, i just want to express that it brings me so much joy to find other zentangle doodlers out there and to enjoy there works, very inspiring...

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      Noellel 4 years ago

      Wow, I love this page... I will be back...

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      Kathryn Grace 4 years ago from San Francisco

      My dearest friend has been doing Zentangles for some time and makes the most beautiful artwork and cards with it. Lovely page! Thank you!

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      DebMartin 4 years ago

      Wow. I would love to think that I could do this. Thanks.

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      myraggededge 4 years ago

      Thanks for all the lovely comments over the last couple of days -- you all must be seeing the lens somewhere that I'm not aware of :D

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      RinchenChodron 4 years ago

      These are all gorgeous. Adding color is nice too.

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      Judith Nazarewicz 4 years ago from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

      Love your drawings! I've been doing zentangles for years and never realized it had a name! :-)

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      Laurabpeterson 4 years ago

      I'm so excited to have found this. My 8 yr old son just took a brief intro course on zentangles and he loved it. So this is a great resource for us. Thanks!

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      Elaine Chen 4 years ago

      yes, I enjoyed while visiting this lens; and wish to see more photos of Zentangles

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      getmoreinfo 4 years ago

      I love these drawings, and the photos of the Zentangles are amazing.

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      June Campbell 4 years ago from North Vancouver, BC, Canada

      Totally great page. I have only done Zentagles once and I mean to try again. You have some outstanding work here.

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      Stephen J Parkin 4 years ago from Pine Grove, Nova Scotia, Canada

      I had no idea that I was drawing Zentangles, but all of my high school folders were decorated with patterns like this. I used to do them when the lecture or lesson was really boring! LOL Squid liked and blessed!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Amazing! I had no idea what I was doing had a name.

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      JeffGilbert 4 years ago

      This is very cool stuff, I had no idea this existed. thanks for making this lens!! :)

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      myraggededge 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Thank you, Margie. Happy doodling!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Love your wonderful ideas & examples . i have been doing the doodling for years & love the creativity!

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      myraggededge 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Thanks, TerriAnn. It's a great example of the benefits of Zentangle... and it works!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Awesome page! I have been Zentangling for about a year. I AM ADDICTED!! And as you do, I leave incomplete ones near my computer in my office and work on it when stressed, need a break, or overwhelmed to calm myself and continue with my job. It has improved my work day considerably. I am more focused with a clearer mind.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      SO, I HAVE BEEN CREATING THIS STYLE SINCE, 1968, I SATRTEX ON THE BEACHES OF CONEY ISLAND, DRAWING WITH STICKS IN THE WET SAND, AS MY FATHER PLAYED CONGAS ON THE BEACH, THE MUSIC PUSHED THE LINES. I AM NOW 49,MY ART IS AMAZING.,, I WOULD NEVER COIN A PHRASE FOR IT, IT COMES FROM MY SOUL, SO I CALL MY ART, MSMSOUL ORIGINAL....ART,, VERY COOL STUFF..

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      love your pAGE.thanks for such neat ideas i am trying to get into this it is so much fun b ross

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      myraggededge 4 years ago

      @EpicFarms: Another addict! I love that. Thanks for the lovely comment :)

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      EpicFarms 4 years ago

      I love to doodle and sketch. Just discovered Zentangle last Friday quite by accident, and I'm already completely addicted (tangled 'til my hand seized up Friday night; haven't done that for a LONG time *grin*). Seems I'm well behind the curve on this stuff as it is not new at all, but: crazy insane schedule + no free time = an oblivious Jen :o) Apparently, I've been doing a form of this for awhile but nowhere near as diversified. Love it! Now I'm off to check out your other Zentangle lenses. Nicely done!

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      myraggededge 4 years ago

      @Annbulance2000: Would love to see them!

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      Annbulance2000 4 years ago

      Really love this lense. I have some doodles similar to this. Sometimes they take the shape of animals. Thanks for sharing this lense.

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      myraggededge 4 years ago

      @anonymous: It goes like that. You'll be seeing tangles everywhere! Thanks for stopping by - your comment is appreciated.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I'm brand new to Zentangle (about a week) and I am fascinated. Everything else is just about forgotten til I get the hang of this new art. I am ' saving' your fantastic work so I can put it up on my desktop and be inspired. Thanks for sharing!

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      meditationhowto1 4 years ago

      Wow, these zentangles of yours do awesome things to the mind. Love the way they draw me in and shift my mind around. Some truly beautiful experiences coming from them! Thanks! :)

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      Carol Fisher 5 years ago from Warminster, Wiltshire, UK

      I'd never heard of zentangles before but these are fantastic - I love them. I've always done complicated doodles but nothing as wonderful as these. You've really inspired me to try them.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I love to do zentangle, it is very esiy, well for me it is.

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      XtraBlessed 5 years ago

      WOW! I really need to do more zentangles. Mine need more detail in them.Thanks for the great lens!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Returning with fresh angel dust for this amazing doodle of yours!

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      antoniow 5 years ago

      Fantastic lens! You did a great job! SQuidlike

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      These pages are wonderful and so informative. I am new to this and loving every minute.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I have doodled for years but didn't discovery Zendoodles until a couple of months ago. This method has kick started my doodling and I am now incorporating doodling into my layer paper pieces.

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      Wayne Tully 5 years ago from UK

      Great! Zentangles do look fun to draw....in fact I remember drawing something similar whilst in School and the freedom of drawing something like this and letting your mind wander is just so exciting to see what you can come up with.

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      Gayle Dowell 5 years ago from Kansas

      I love your zentangle lenses and I've got to sit down and try this sometime!

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      caketech 5 years ago

      Yes, I doodle as well! However, my doodles never really had a purpose until I found one of your Zentangle inspired lenses yesterday! I made four of them last night and I am totally hooked! Angel blessings to you! :)

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      Ram Ramakrishnan 5 years ago

      Every time I visit one of your zentangle lenses, I am inspired to try out something new.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Zentangles are great.

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      fullofshoes 5 years ago

      I have been doodling like this since I was a child and never had a name for it. I love this lens!!

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      nikyweber 5 years ago

      very interesting lens! thumbs up!

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      myraggededge 5 years ago

      Thanks to you all for the lovely comments!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I love these and just had to let you know how inspired I have been by all your works. I can't wait to begin my own "Zentangle". I have been doing these for so long and did not realize they had a name...even won an art prize in the fourth grade for one similar to yours. Thanks for sharing with all of us! Xxo

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I never knew it was a name for this . I've been doing these drawings for 20 years. I have hundreds of drawings.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Back in 2008, during a very stressful period of time in my life (I became medical and legal power of attorney for a friend after he suffered a major heart attack and my daughter was diagnosed as a Type 1 diabetic within the same month) I picked up a pad of paper and just started drawing and doodling. I loved the sensation of watching a design start to appear on what was a blank piece of paper. I joking referred to them as my zen doodles. I've kept drawing and have filled several sketchbooks by this point. I had no idea that zentangles existed or that other people were doing the same kind of art that I was doing. It was only 2 weeks ago that I did a google search and suddenly a whole world or doodle artists and blogs appeared. I hope one day to put some of my out there as well. Thank you for sharing your blog with me.

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      Peggy Hazelwood 5 years ago from Desert Southwest, U.S.A.

      Checked this out for which pens to get. Love your Zentangles. Beautiful!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I am entangling like crazy! Love it and love the very generous sharing on sites like yours. I am using this as one of my daily mindfulness practices.

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      Patricia 5 years ago

      I love zentangles! They are cool! Blessed!

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      June Campbell 5 years ago from North Vancouver, BC, Canada

      I have never done zentangles. I am currently involved in a mixed media art swap where we are going from A-Z with art techniques When we get to Z, I will certainly be back to study this lens VERY HARD! Thanks.

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      Showpup LM 5 years ago

      Love your zentangle lenses. Can't wait to try making my own. You should do a lens showcasing zentangles that your readers have done after reading your lenses. :)

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      Liz Mackay 5 years ago from United Kingdom

      Zentangles are great. Blessed by a squid angel.

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      myraggededge 6 years ago

      @anonymous: Thank *you*!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Thank you, thank you, thank youi! I'm very grateful to you for sharing your talent with us. I'm a self-taught tangler and you have inspired me immeasurably to keep stretching myself into new territory. this art form is transformative in a beautiful way. thank you!

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      RuthCoffee 6 years ago

      I'm not an artist, but this would be my kind of art. My doodles from "back when" are kind of a small version of Zentangles I guess.

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      myraggededge 6 years ago

      @anonymous: I wish I could take the credit, Jennifer but it belongs to the originators of Zentangle.com and, more importantly, you and your students for taking it to another level. Best wishes. Bev

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Not long ago I walked into a local art store just to look around. The first thing I saw was a display of Zentangle books, pens, picture frames, sneakers, totes, mugs, big bangle braclets - all with zentangle designs. I think I actually let out a yelp of amazement right there. I had never heard of this art form. I'm a special education teacher & several of my students past & present have had creative talents & interests. I have noticed over the years that the majority of my students with mental health issues use their art as a calming strategy when they are upset. I introduced several students to Zentangle & it has taken off with a vengance! My students are swaping designes & add on to each others. Theraputic does not begin to cover the description of the benefits of this art form. Thank you for sharing this fantastic way to express yourself creatively and relax. I thank you and the families of my students thank you!

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      Philippians468 6 years ago

      these art forms are amazing! cheers

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      jvsper63 6 years ago

      I never knew about them till I seen your lenses. I think they are very creative. I love them thanks:), Great lens

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      journey103 6 years ago from USA

      These are amazing and what a great lens idea! I want to start my first zentangle too, looks like its both a relaxing and creative outlet all rolled into one. Very Nice!

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      glowchick 6 years ago

      I am going to do this as a homeschool art project~ this looks like it would be a lot of fun :)

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      Alfiesgirl LM 6 years ago

      Tomorrow I shall make a start on my 1st ever Zentangle, I have Sakura pens & Graphite drawing pencils...not sure yet whether to practice on drawing paper or aim straight for the jugular & go for the small wall which I have been saving until I felt aspired enough to put my personal stamp on...Thank you for being my aspiration x 5***** Love Laugh Live x

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      grandma deal 6 years ago

      I like the idea of Zentangling a little at a time. That's a good way to get started on this. Hmm- where's my tablet?

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      Gripandflip 6 years ago

      I love your lenses. I have lensrolled you yet again.

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      myfanwyn 6 years ago

      Hi Bev, you sent me a message of encouragement a few weeks ago when I asked for help with modules, I took your advice and am slowly getting the hang of it. Thank you for your encouragement. I never heard of the word Zentangle before, when I was younger I used this type of art as therapy, it was very therupedic, I'm glad you are spreading the word and encouraging others so they can experience it's benefits regards Myfanwyn

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      CruiseReady 6 years ago from East Central Florida

      Very cool, this zentangle doodling! After reading your lens, I may work up to trying it - just a little bit! Thank you.

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      Melissa 6 years ago from Albuquerque, NM

      I have been doing this type of drawing for decades. Creating them seems to help me unwind and reflect on the day's events. Great lens!

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      mehulsey lm 6 years ago

      I never knew there was a term for doodling! i doodle all day, every day- I "doodle" conversations I am having on the phone. Wonderful, interesting lens

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      sorana lm 6 years ago

      Fabulous. I love this art form.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Cool, I like it a lot.

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      RetroCollage 6 years ago

      What an interesting art form!

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      Wednesday-Elf 6 years ago from Savannah, Georgia

      How fascinating.... doodles as an art form! Can't wait to share this with my artist daughter!

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      GrowWear 6 years ago

      Like BevsPaper, I love your doodles! Happy holidays and an amazing new year!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      I do believe you have me hooked on these Zentangles, Bev. So much so, I reviewed this lens on Squidoo Lens Review today. I just love your "doodles"!

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      C A Chancellor 6 years ago from US/TN

      I'd never heard of this, but it reminds me of something I did once in art class. It looks like a lot of fun. (Blessed!)

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      John Dyhouse 6 years ago from UK

      yep, I gotta do something about zentangles

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      Jeanette 6 years ago from Australia

      Again, such amazing artwork! Great lens.

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      BetsiGoutal1 6 years ago

      Oh my gosh, this is a marvelous page! Lots of good ideas here to get me inspired. :)

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      Lloyd Pinto 6 years ago from Mumbai

      OMG - I've never heard of this before. But I guess you've now got me entangled with these zentangles.

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      Leanne Chesser 6 years ago

      Yes, I doodle. You're the one who introduced me to Zentangling with your original lens and I just recently actually tried it. I love it now!

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      Mihaela Vrban 6 years ago from Croatia

      Your Zentanles lenses are very inspiring. :) Always wish I do something similar when I visit them. Maybe one of these days.... :)

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      resabi 6 years ago

      Love this lens as I do all your Zentangle lenses. Lensrolled you to my Quirky Art: Paper and Pencil lens as the best match. I'll be back...

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      burgessvillian 6 years ago

      These zentangles are cool. With the big wave of tattoos now I think zentangles would work well for this also.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      what cool art !

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Love the page. I recently became addicted to Zentangels. I use hand blown glass pens with an ink well when working at home and Micron pens when traveling.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      I enjoyed reading this page VERY much. And yes I "zoodle" ever since a friend introduced me to Zentangle and Rick and Maria about 10 months ago. t's been a wonderful new creative inspiration for me

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      Heather Burns 7 years ago from Wexford, Ireland

      and still another beautiful zentangle page and resoure link. Great!

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      Kylyssa Shay 7 years ago from Overlooking a meadow near Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA

      Yes, I doodle, frequently! Thank you for expanding on the Zentangle concept for us.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Another beautiful and inspiring lens you created. Excellent illustrations of you art work. I'm going to take 2 days off for R&R Tuesday and Wednesday, and I do believe I will be doing some Zentangles while I meditate, and sit by a fire. Lovely, lovely art!

      Susie x

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      hlkljgk 7 years ago from Western Mass

      thanks for the resource info

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      Rhonda Albom 7 years ago from New Zealand

      Wow! Love these zentangles!

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      Patricia 7 years ago

      I really should do this. It looks cool! Blessed this lens!

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Very beautiful and inspirational. I've got pens and paper, just need to do it. Thanks for the little push.

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      Qualitee 7 years ago

      Wow! Your zentangle above is amazing.........it's floating!

      I thoroughly enjoyed this and am truly inspired. Starting with the grid makes sense...I did not look at it before, in smaller portions. Oh you make it look so easy.

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      Heinani 7 years ago

      Aloha,

      I love your Zentangle lenses. Please keep it going. I can't seem to get enough. Whispering 5 stars to your beautiful squid.

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      emmaklarkins 7 years ago

      This is great. I love to doodle, but I've never heard of zentangles before this!

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