Starfish Line Interrupted Video Lesson
This lesson explores the idea of the LINE a bit further than the traditional Zentangle method's Stroke and Aura concepts. Learn how to use the line in different ways to create beautiful subtle color gradations, illusions of 3D even without shading and how to use brush marker coloring. Echolines, Line-weight, Brush Marker and colored pencil flicks, Twinkling Hilights, all come together to form this beautiful project.
Explore mixed media - ink, colored pencils, markers and gel pens - in two beautiful projects
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Starfish, Line Interrupted
The LINE is the most basic drawing tool, and yet so powerful. Called Stroke in the Zentangle Method, this lesson explores the Line beyond Elemental Strokes and Auras, showing you how to manipulate it to create powerful 3D effects, subtle and lovely color gradations and much more.
In this lesson you will:
Manipulate the LINE beyond the Zentangle Method's traditional Stroke and Aura concepts
Learn 5 different ways to interrupt the Line
Learn to transform almost any shape into 3D with Echolines
Learn how to create Mooka3D, a tangleation of Mooka
Explore and understand the power of line-weight
Learn how to combine brush markers with colored pencils
Use mixed media to form beautiful subtle color gradations
Play with twinkling dotted lines
Learn how to easily create a watercolor edge
Work on two different projects, slowly building up your skills
And so many tips and tricks!
Work on two different projects
Develop this lovely Starfish over a Zentangle tile,
slowly building up your skills to create rich colored blends
From beginning to end, gradually learn how to tackle different media effects
I recommend using Copic markers if you can afford them. They last a very long time and if you get a refill, you can use them indefinitely!
Prismacolor Premier colored pencils, in colors: PC938 White, PC932 Violet, PC992 Light Aqua, PC920 Light Green. These pencils match and enhance the color of the Copic markers.
Marvy "Le Pen" Oriental Blue: in contrast with the copics, which are alcohol based and permanent, this fine liner is water-soluble, and can be used with a water brush to create a beautiful watercolor background.
A pencil sharpener: to keep the colored pencils sharpened.
A small water brush with a little water in it.
A square of paper towel to dry the brush.
Two Zentangle tiles. Optionally, use any type of hot pressed watercolor paper cut into 3.5 or 4 inch squares.