Yoga for Your Brain with Zentangle: A Zentangle Workout

Yoga for Your Brain with Zentangle: A Zentangle Workout

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By (author) Sandy Steen Bartholomew

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  • Publisher: Design Originals
  • Format: Paperback | 52 pages
  • Dimensions: 216mm x 216mm x 2mm | 136g
  • Publication date: 14 March 2013
  • Publication City/Country: Fortworth
  • ISBN 10: 1574216988
  • ISBN 13: 9781574216981
  • Illustrations note: full colour throughout, 208 colour; 253 b/w illustrations
  • Sales rank: 6,406

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This much anticipated sequel to "Totally Tangled" is just as tangled! Inside, the pages are jam-packed with Zentangle ideas, tips, projects and 60 new tangles. Zentangle is the perfect exercise to keep that big muscle inside your skull flexible.

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Sandy Steen Bartholomew is a Certified Zentangle Teacher, an illustrator and a mixed-media artist. She also designs rubber stamps and paints furniture.

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When I first saw the book and the pictures, I immediately thought of quilting. I am a quilter and many of these patterns (bales & botto) match patterns in quilt tops or blocks (Pumpkin seeds & Drunkards path) and in the quilting that joins the sandwich of the quilt. Bellaposa is very much like a quilting feather pattern. The main difference between Zentangles and quilting would be the small detail lines that only a prize winning (read insane) quilter will sew into a quilt due to the time it would take. The author does mention quilting as a source of inspiration for her "Ballenchain" taken from the "Wedding Ring" block/pattern. The author makes an assumption that if you're reading this book, you already know the basic Zentangles, which I didn't. She does cover some of the basics but also uses terminology for beginning designs that I haven't seen to know what she was talking about. There are oodles of references to the doodles (Zentangles) in previous publications. I do like many of her names for her Zentangles - Ballenchain (Ball and chain based on the wedding ring - bad marriage experience?) and Pingline (penguins in a line). The reading is easy and light. The author's style is fun and whimsy. She covers more in this book that I first realize. Beyond drawing fun patterns, she discusses ... - shading - finding and copying new designs - ways to track your designs - journaling - ways to develop new ideas for patterns - how to use drawing to clear your thoughts and track your to do's - how to transfer your Zentagles onto other surfaces with useful tips - printing your design multiple times - using alternate materials - drawing on rocks instead of paper Extra items in the book that I appreciated is an index to find an example of that design and even more, explicitly mentioning what product or tool she used to achieve the shown Zentangle with URLs to the products. Very helpful if I wanted to achieve the same look. I'd recommend the book to long-arm quilters and doodlers who want to up their game.