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Self-Portrait Dreamscape

Surrealism/Zentangles
by

Alison Willis

on 11 September 2014

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Transcript of Self-Portrait Dreamscape

Self-Portrait Dreamscape
A Zentangled Experience
Self-Portrait
Surrealism
Zentangles
Examples
Zentangle Tutorials
For this project you
will use black ink to draw your "Zentangled"
self-portrait in a surrealistic setting.
First, you will create a sketch/plan. Glue your printed self-portrait on a piece of paper and
think about how zentagled designs will enhance your portrait in a surreal way.
Your image should be based on fantasy or dreams.
An art work that portrays oneself.
A 20th century art movement that
attempts to express the subconscious
and is characterized by fantastic imagery.
A Zentangle involves repetitive steps
to help you relax and focus.
Surreal artwork portrays realistic looking
subject matter in an unrealistic setting.
Zentangles can help to improve
handwriting, focus, and self-confidence!
Zentangles have been used as therapy for
Stroke recovery, Stress and Anger Management and addiction problems!
Don't spend too much time designing your zentangles in the sketch plan.

Zentangles should happen freely and do not require a lot of planning, so most of your ideas will happen on your final drawing!
You will also use the grid method to help transfer your portrait into your final drawing.
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