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From: play2cre8 (play2cre8_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Jun 29 2009 - 15:04:29 PDT

Well - I had never heard of them...
...but looked it up - I have been doing it since middle school -
filling pages. Beacuse I hated school and those doodles and writing
everything backwards made me calm down and focus. Even now I tell my
kids it is "yoga breath on paper" -
son of a gun - never thought to market it!!!!!
my iPod has tons of images - go to etsy and you can find examples of
artists that do this kind of pen and ink doodling - Elena is my
favorite -

On Mon, Jun 29, 2009 at 1:33 PM, Bunki Kramer<> wrote:
> Amazing. Eight months ago there was hardly anything on the net about
> "zentangles". I discovered it about a year ago from a little tiny ad tucked
> in between many ads in either A&A or School Arts. I sent away for the kit
> that had the CD, pens, etc. and got interested. I just checked google and
> there are a TON of blogs, flickers, etc. and a couple of not-so-good videos
> out there. What I did find that was cool was the mandala kind of zentangles
> that are colored with watercolor or colored pencil. Check out this site of
> nice work if you're into zentangles.
> Toodles.....Bunki
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