Narwal Shading

  Learn to create great shading on Zentangle® • enioken.com

Learn to create great shading on Zentangle® • enioken.com

  Learn to create great shading on Zentangle® • enioken.com

Learn to create great shading on Zentangle® • enioken.com

This lovely swirly tangle is called Narwal, named and deconstructed by Sam Taylor. I just loved the way it looks so dimensional, even when you just have the line art.

This is the line art for the shaded picture above. I usually draw the line art using Micron Sakura pens over Bristol smooth paper. The original measures about 7 inches square.

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Learn to create great shading on Zentangle® • enioken.com

These two studies were made for the ebook. The Narwal is essentially a cone, however, it can be straight or wavy.

  Learn to create great shading on Zentangle® • enioken.com

Learn to create great shading on Zentangle® • enioken.com

This picture shows the beginning of the composition. I like to shade the foreground objects first and move to the background.

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Learn to create great shading on Zentangle® • enioken.com

This incomplete study shows a closeup. Notice what a difference it makes to have the shaded pearls versus the non-shaded pearls.

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Learn to create great shading on Zentangle® • enioken.com

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