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ZENTANGLE

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on 27 February 2015

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Transcript of ZENTANGLE

ZENTANGLE
Materials
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Paper, sketchbook & final design paper
- Pencil / eraser
- Sharpie

Patterns
Some different types of Zentangle patterns are:
Roel
Maryhill
Jawz
Wheelz
Yuma
How Does Zentangle Help You?
Teaches you how to "own" your mistakes
Requires risk
Self Soothing
Has measurable relaxation benefits
A Zentangle is an abstract (or non-objective) drawing created by the use of repeating patterns. It is usually structured within a certain shape. Drawing a Zentangle is entertaining, relaxing, and a great way to express yourself creatively.
What is Zentangle ?
Step 1. Sheet of paper, a pencil & a sharpie
Step 2. Draw a frame
Step 3. Divide the frame into different sections
Step 4. Draw different zentangle designs into the different sections
Step 5. Outline the frame with the sharpie

Step By Step
Zen means calm
Tangle means twisted together into a
confused mass
Why its called Zentangle
Even though, Zentangle designs seem really hard to do, they are quite easy actually.
They just look complicated. For example…
Thx for Watching!!!
Pointers
Zentangle Project:
Objective:
Create an abstract (or non-objective) design using zentangle method.
Understanding:
Understands abstract art & non-objective art.
Key questions:
Can I think creatively? What process do I use for a creative outlet? How do produce creative ideas?
Materials needed:
pencil, pen (felt tip), drawing paper
Guidelines and Process:
Research patterns, designs, and Zentangle Designs.
Practice:
Create a series of practice drawings that include a variety of patterns.
Final Design:
Design a final product that includes either abstract or non-objective art styles. DRAW YOUR DESIGN LIGHTLY
Design should be extremely neat (pencil and sharpie), repeated patterns, & varied interesting designs.
Rubric:
Creativity, Craftsmanship, Following directions, Skill and techniques are all graded using the art rubric.

Warm-up:
(Answer in your sketchbook)

How can lines be used to create effective artwork?
Zentangle
Abstraction takes subjects from reality (think Picasso), and presents them in a way that is different than the way they are viewed in reality.
Non-Objective art takes nothing from reality. It is created purely for aesthetic reasons. The intent of Non-objective art is to use the elements and principles of art in a way that results in a visually stimulating work. It is that simple.
Line is effective because it can lead the viewer's eye in, around and out of an artwork. It can be a bold or quiet statement.
Exit Pass:
What is the fundamental difference between abstract art and non-objective art?
You Need:
1) Sketchbook
2) Sharpened pencil
3) Eraser
Question:

What is abstract art?
What is non-objective art?
Talk with people at your table
Assign spokesperson to share your answers
You have 2 minutes to develop your answers
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