1. I. Overview and description:
If you like to draw patterns or doodle with pen and paper, you
can learn to Zentangle. As the name implies, it's a Zen-like way
of creating images through repetitive patterns and shapes.
2. Deliberate Mark: The Zentangle way, you draw each mark
consciously and deliberately. We are always making
"marks" (thoughts, words, deeds) in our life.
3. No Eraser
There is no eraser in life and there is no eraser in Zentangle.
However, in Zentangle (and in life), you discover that even if
you make what seems to be a mistake, you can then build on
that event as a new pattern and go in unexpected and exciting
4. Element of Art: Line
Line variety is very important in this project.
5. Let’s watch some videos on techniques
How to Zentangle Step by Step: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xw89839SL3A
Zentangle Mandala (circular): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4Nlz4XMxcs
Sample Patterns: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=56n7_1FGgiw&feature=relmfu
Doodle seashells: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ZwDaUue-hg
Doodle vines: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEsl5GEnJEk&feature=relmfu
Doodle spikes: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmo20k8P3HM&feature=relmfu
6. II. What does this year's school theme, ”Educating Hearts
and Minds" mean? What words come to mind when you
think of ”Hearts" and ”Minds"? What could “Educating”
look like visually? How can colors represent this phrase?
You will have to use
3 colors total.