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|PhoebeDragon||Getting started.||0||Mar 14 2013, 9:20 AM EDT by PhoebeDragon|
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How do I get started I have been on swap-bot for a while now and have seen the word zentangle and have been looking on the internet for information about what it is all about, I am wanting to have a go without to much cost. What thing do I need to get started.
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|Kosmic||Glad to know||0||Aug 29 2012, 5:10 PM EDT by Kosmic|
|zenlogic||What is "zentangle"? It is NeoPopRealism ink drawings.||0||Jun 30 2011, 11:32 PM EDT by zenlogic|
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I learned about "zentangle" recently and I see that "zentangle" uses the NeoPopRealism' ink drawings concept. Artist Nadia Russ created this art form in 1989 --> http://www.nadiaruss.com .
Much later, Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas introduced themselves as "inventors" of a "new" art form, created by Nadia Russ, this is Senseless. They created new term "zentangle". Also, they a bit simplified it, offering the patterns, making it more available to the general public. Probably, they want sell their Kits to as many people as possible...
Any way, I do not believe it is an "innovation" to draw the art form that already invented by someone else on a particular size of paper they offer - 3 1/2x 3 1/2 inch. Any thoughts? You can enjoy the same drawing on 3"x3", or 3"x5", or 5"x5", or any other size of paper. Just get ink pen in any store and any blank piece of paper and draw line that turns into different shapes, then draw the repetitive patterns (circles, triangles, lines), filling the spaces. Use your imagination, relax your brain, get inspired.
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