I'm on a bender with Zentangles.
I can't help it.
I love the feeling of going into my art studio at night, with pure silence and the idea of a Zentangle in mind.
If you don't understand what a Zentangle is, it is known to many artists as a way to create structured designs through drawing various patterns. Sometimes mistakenly called “Zendoodling” or “tangle doodling,” Zentangling or tangling is actually a formalized process that defines itself as something other than mere doodling because of its theory and approach.
Basically, it’s a specific way to draw images, most often in black pen on white paper. However, in my approach, I use museum panels (gessoboard) which are sturdy backed by a cradled wooden frame for hanging on walls. It's become an international phenomenon that now has applications in stress reduction, education, therapy, and even motivational training.
This is a 12" x 12" museum panel using various acrylic ink markers and regular markers in various point sizes. Black, white, red, silver, blue, etc. are some of the colors included.
The detail is what draws people to buying Zentangle. Not only does it help to draw it, it also helps the person looking at it to admire the extension of detail gone into it.