Number of Lessons: 4
Price: US$ 40.00
Tutor: Lee Vause
Start Date: 10 March 2017
Certified Zentangle teacher, Lee Vause, will step things up for the next part in A Zentangle Journey. Be prepared to draw more complex tangle patterns in more complex strings, create and work with a grid, and learn about shading. This workshop will run over a 6-week period to enable you sufficient time to work through all 4 lessons and their numerous exercises then embark on your very own Zentangle Inspired Artwork.
This workshop includes 30 videos so you have a bird's eye view as Lee demonstrates her amazing artwork along with a complete gallery of large images to show her work in detail.
New to Zentangle? If you have not experienced Zentangle creations before we strongly recommend you begin with our part 1 in this series. You can find more details here: A Zentangle Journey Part One
Basic Zentangle Kit for paper-based drawing – Lesson 1, 2 and 3
Please note you may already have these items as part of the undertaking "A Zentangle Journey - Part One". If not the following is suggested.
Zentangle Inspired Art Project – Lesson 4
4 WEEKS of WORKSHOPS:
Week 1: Some More Complex Tangle Patterns – I will introduce you to some more complex patterns for drawing initially with a pen and paper which can also be free motion quilted.
Week 2: Creating and working with a Grid – This week we will concentrate on patterns that are created by some form of grid work which can be easily translated when free motion quilting.
Week 3: Shading Techniques – Ah who understands what shading means in Zentangle? This week I deviate a little to talk about tone and value leading into shading as it relates to Zentangle. Then we look at how you would use this knowledge to shade your own Zentangle Art Work.
Week 4: Stitching out your Zentangle inspired art work – Here is your opportunity to apply all the skills learned from A Zentangle Journey – Part 1 and this class so you can again create your very own Zentangle Inspired Art Work.
Participants who have been introduced to Zentangle will develop more confidence with drawing more complex Zentangle patterns that will enhance one’s free motion quilting skills.
EXPECTED OUTCOME: At the end of the series of lessons participants will have: