An impromptu video I made by just setting up the camera and doodling without any preparation. For all my previous videos I planned the design in advance, but this turned out to be fun and in the future I’ll continue to make more of these videos. The pens I used: Faber-Castell PITT artist pen S and Uni Pin Fine Line 0.1.
Decided to make this intricate floral zentangle into a coloring page for everyone who likes to color pictures with numerous details. Of course, I tried it myself first and it turned out to be a really relaxing and fun experience. As you can see the result looks good. You can download the free coloring page in pdf format here. Have fun!
Zentangle leaf #2. The pen is Faber-Castell PITT artist pen F.
Step by step instructions how to draw a geometric tangle pattern and some variations. If you color it in you can get many different looks – here’s a video how to use color pens to make the third variation.
Step by step instructions for a floral grid based tangle pattern.
A great idea to reuse plastic containers is to paint them with acrylic paints, then doodle on them with permanents markers. Here is a tangled cotton swab box in which I now keep hairpins and hair-clips.
A simple mandala drawn with a paint marker on a stone painted with acrylic paint.
Here are some doodles from my workbook.
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A video of a small floral doodle from my art journal. I used Faber-Castel PITT Artist Manga Drawing Pens, Black, 4-Pack
A tangle from my art journal, done (as usual) with Faber-Castel PITT Artist Manga Drawing Pens, Black, 4-Pack
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