When doodling art meets easy zentangle art, what do we have? We have an exciting and inspired Zentangle Doodle Art! Also known as Zendoodling, this inspired art follows a more focused approach for doodling art with its drawing and detailing patterns. After drawing the artwork, the details that we fill-in follow structured patterns and strokes that beautifully integrate your creativity.
Wondering how to bring your zentangle black and white to life? Here’s our quick step by step guide to using the vibrant Camlin Kokuyo Brush Pens to doodle away your imagination.
What you will need:
• Drawing Board
• Camlin A4 Size Drawing Paper
• Double Sided Tape
• Camlin Kokuyo Brush Pens
Create a pencil outline of your zentangle doodle art on an A4 size Camlin Drawing Paper and tape it onto the drawing board for support with Camlin Brush Pens by your side.
You can continue your zentangle doodle art by darkening the lines first using the black brush pen.
The next picture shows how your doodle drawing will look once you’re done darkening the entire drawing.
In the next step, you can use the same black pen and fill in the details to give your zentangle doodle art a depth effect.
Once you’re done darkening the patches, get your hands on the other brush pens and start filling in the patches with zentangle doodle patterns.
You must’ve noticed by now the zentangle doodle art is already looking lively right? Similar to the one in the image below.
To make your zentangle doodle art exciting, keep playing with the zentangle doodle patterns while filling in the patches. From strokes to circular patterns, the possibilities are many with the flexible tip of brush pens.
Continue using the colourful brush pens to make your zentangle doodle patterns more scintillating and expressive with vibrant colours.
Just give a few final touches to it and voila! Your zentangle doodle artwork is ready. Yes, it was that easy. It looks smooth and amazing and feels like your artwork might soon come to life.
Didn’t you find this zentangle doodle art easy and interesting to try it yourself? Let us know in the comments below!