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I'm Eni Oken, artist and author of hundreds of articles, tutorials and books in print and online. For over 30 years I've explored art, color theory, fantasy and ornamental design.

Certified Zentangle® Teacher

Certified Zentangle® Teacher

Lesson 15: The Window



This is an example of a pendant that was developed using principles found in this lesson.


[one_half_last]Historic architecture and ancient art have been used as inspiration for centuries. With this lesson, we start to scratch the surface of this powerful and vast source by using a very fun design method. Come up with ideas and sketches for intricate pendants, bracelets and rings!

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Tools and Materials:

Blank Journal or lots of loose sketching paper Webbrowser Copier or Scanner Tracing Paper Sharpie Pen Pencil Eraser Pencil Blender (optional)

More Info:

Pages: 24

Steps: 22

Requirements: You must be comfortable drawing, sketching or doodling.

You must be comfortable with one or more jewelry making techniques which allow "shape forming", for example silversmithing, metal clay, wire-wrapping, sculptural seedbeading, glass, etc.

It is highly recommended that you at least read the previous lessons before getting this one, in particular Lesson 1: The Flower. In particular, Lesson 2: The Star is an important pre-requisite to this lesson.




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