Thought it would be a little bit of fun to explain what exactly a ‘pigment’ ink is, and why it’s the best ink for tangling. A little background – there are two types of colourant in ink – dye and pigment, and either of these two can be used in a carrier/binder, be that oil,… Continue reading Pens & Inks
The Zentangle Method is about reducing the decision making to make it easier to flow, and therefore ‘relax’ as you are drawing. Concentrating your focus on one elemental line, where it is going, here and now, not worrying about the outcome or the bigger picture. However, one thing starts to come up, people love a… Continue reading Tools for Colour Tangling
Have been wanting to get this reference online for a wee while now – hope this list helps you with the ‘plain’ and the ‘quirky’ tangling terminology! Anything is possible…one stroke at a time! ® This is a core Zentangle principle. Concentrate on making a simple line in the here and now. Don’t worry about… Continue reading Glossary
Paper Stumps and Tortillons are delicious tools and both have their own merits, and I will sit on the fence as to which I recommend as I think it depends on the situation – so read on and work out which is better for you and your project! Tortillon – a rolled up short paper… Continue reading Tortillon or Paper stump?