3DTangle: Shading with Gray Markers
Learn how to shade tangle patterns using my beloved gray markers!
I always had a craving for learning how to shade with markers, I was fascinated by artists who could manipulate them so easily. FINALLY, I discovered how to do it, and I'm sharing the process with you in this ebook.
SPEED! That is the advantage of shading with gray markers.
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33 Pages full of information and incredible tips on how to use gray markers to create super lightning speed shading on your Zentangle® and ZIA
This ebook has 5 examples, and 2 case studies.
In case you are wondering...
These are the materials you will need to complete the exercises in this book:
Paper or artist tile (Bristol Vellum or cardstock recommended)
Copic Gray Markers, at least 3 markers (C1, C3, C5 or N0, N2, N4)
Gray fine-liner pen (0.1mm to 0.2mm) or pencil
White pencil (I recommend Prismacolor)
White gel pen
For a complete list of my favorite supplies and brands, visit my Shading Supplies page here.
I recommend good black and white shading skills before tackling this book! Learn more about B/W shading here.
This is what people said about this ebook:
Eni thank you for another wonderful book!
I downloaded mine yesterday and can hardly wait for the weekend! THANK YOU ENI!!
Thank you so much. The book is just what I needed.
FYI Eni Oken.these Copic markers are the best thing since sliced bread!!!! I love them!!! smile emoticon
Ah! Just got the grey marker shading book and the beginner one as well. I've only just downloaded them, but I can already tell, they're gonna rock my world! Great Job Eni!!
Magnificent as always! I am really happy about this one.
Eni Oken's book on shading with gray markers is great.
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This book is not available in print yet, but coming soon!
This ebook is not a video. You must be familiar with some basic drawing skills such as ink line drawing.
Copyright 2015 Eni Oken
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