Learn how to shade FOUR different tangle patterns with this ebook: Aquafleur, Adente, Arckles and Inapod.
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This ebook contains 31 pages with Shading Guides to four different tangle patterns:
My ebooks come in easy-to-read layout, ready for you to print and collect in your 3-ring binder.
Inside you will find detailed shading guides, fully commented, and even a bonus shading progression:
My Shading Guides are clearly marked with RED stepouts, and fully commented so you can see exactly where to shade next.
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You can print the entire ebook or just your preferred shading guides, and take them with you to your desk or on the road.
This book is for someone who has some basic experience shading with graphite and inking pen.
If you are a total beginner at shading doodles, ZIA and Zentangle®, then consider getting my ebook for beginners: 3DTangle: Shading Fearlessly
If you are still in doubt, check out the Facebook Shading Zentangle® Group and ask around, you'll see what others are saying and learning with my ebooks!
Copyright 2015 Eni Oken
Zentangle® is a teaching method developed by Maria Thomas and Rick Roberts on how to develop structured patterns. Zentangle® is a registered trademark of Zentangle, Inc. Find out more at Zentangle.com.
Aquafleur is a tangle introduced and deconstructed by Maria Thomas. Find a step-out here.
Adente is a tangle introduced and deconstructed by Lara Williams. Find a step-out here.
Arckles is a tangle introduced and deconstructed by Suzanne Wilka. Find a step-out here.
Inapod is a tangle introduced and deconstructed by Carole Ohl. Find a step-out here.
Oh but wait, there's more! If you get the Shading Book #02 ebook, then I'll include yet another extra bonus gift for you:
3DTangle Shading Opus
A Shading Progression Study
This 7 page bonus ebook includes sketches and a shading progression showing I completed a piece for a recent Opus tangle challenge.
You can read more about this piece here.