Before I touch on my title subject, here's some 'show and tell' from two of my students who very recently took an Introduction to Zentangle class! I'm so happy when students become excited about Zentangle!
|Steve Reeser did this beautiful tile a week after taking the Intro to Zentangle class. He's a real tangler!|
|Karen Schaack collected shells and tangled on them. I **love** these!|
I was asked during my last Intro To Zentangle class: "What can you do with your completed tiles?" It's a good question, and somewhat difficult to answer because there are so many possibilities!
|A RAZ left in the waiting room of a doctor's office.|
You can also attach your tile to card stock, write a message inside, and give it to someone. There's nothing like creating truly handmade work of art to share with someone! A card such as this would have so much more personal meaning to it, as compared to a mass produced card!
You can use completed tiles in an art journal, as part of the illustration. You can simply attach your tile to the journal page, or incorporate it in more depth as part of a collage.
This is an example of a Zendala
('mandala' + 'Zentangle' = 'Zendala')
that was made from a snowflake template!
|A true Zentangle advocate!|
~~Thanks so much for visiting! I would love to hear your ideas or comments!