Enter a magical forest filled with possibility for intricate tangled designs and bright, meditative coloring!
It doesn't take much artistic skill to draw tangles and color inside the lines. But when you complete these fantasy-themed drawings with your own intricate tangle designs and patterns, then color them in, amazing artwork emerges. In Tangled Fantasies: 52 Drawings to Finish and Color, Zentangle expert Jane Monk explores the fantasy world of mythical and imaginary creatures, hidden doors, secret paths, tangled forests, and more.
More than a simple coloring book, Tangled Fantasies invites doodlers, tanglers, and colorists alike to step into the role of the artist with 52 interactive templates--you design the drawings yourself and color them in. Half of the drawings are complete and ready to color; the other half await your creativity and imagination to finish. If you're new to tangled artwork, there's a primer in the beginning of the book, where the author offers instructional material to acclimate you to the process of intricate tangle art. Tangled Fantasies: 52 Drawings to Finish and Color is different from other tangle books out there, as it's designed to give you, the artist, more control over the finished images. Monk provides the basic outlines of forms in the drawings and you simply fill it in, personalizing the image and background with various tangles of your choosing.
Getting lost in the forest has never been this fun, creative, or calming. Delve into your 52 drawings; who knows what you'll come up with!
Jane Monk lives in Tasmania, Australia. She is a self-taught artist who has been drawing since she was a young girl, inspired by the beauty in all things in the natural and man-made worlds. Patterns and repetition, and the sometimes quirky and different, are what inspire her work.
An award-winning machine quilter, Jane quilts professionally for others through her business, Jane Monk Studio. In 2010 Jane became a certified Zentangle teacher and combines her love of Zentangle and quilting by bringing these two complementary mediums together. She has designed quilt patterns for publication in quilting magazines and produced a DVD showcasing the basics of Zentangle and quilting. She has taught numerous classes in Zentangle, quilting, free-motion stitching, making journal covers, and doll making. More information on Jane can be found at her website: www.janemonkstudio.com.