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Zentangle Master Class Video – Part 1

This summer Zentangle originators Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas held a Master Class for their Certified Zentangle Teachers (CZT®).  Suzanne McNeill posted a 2-part video series from the Master Class featuring participant interviews and some new patterns.

If you want to zip through this video (drag the slider button) to find a particular segment, here’s what Part 1 of  the series contains:

  • 0:53 – Linda Halvorsen – Tyler Hill PA – flower pattern
  • 2:24 – Diane Ryan – Goffstown NH – bracelet with tangle patterns on tags
  • 2:55 – Susan Smith – Andover MA – alphabet book
  • 3:44 – Howard Weitsen – LA –  BAMBOO pattern
  • 5:03 – Fina Man – Hong Kong – Chinese character
  • 5:18 – Patty Euler – Savage MA – FUZZYWUZZY pattern
  • 6:38 – Participants working on a poster
  • 6:45 – Sandy Steen Bartholomew – Warner NH – BTL JOOS pattern
  • 7:16 – Linda Cobb – Tyler Hill PA – L pattern

Check out Part 2 of the series located here.

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5 comments to Zentangle Master Class Video – Part 1

  • The videos are awesome. I love looking at them every once in a while. I even added the tangle patterns some of the students were sharing in my collection of tangle patterns. My most favorites are the “Flower” by Linda Havorsen. The “L” shaped scripted with the lines inside the big loops by Linda Cobb. There’s other’s they shown, but I’ll be writing forever. I made notes of all the neat ideas they had to share. Oh, I also liked the pages filled with zentangle without a border, but the shape of the United States in the center or any object stencil you choose shown by kim Smith and taking a shape of an alphabet, blowing it up to the size you like, trace it and filling it with zentangle pattern shown by Susan Smith. Great Job Ladies!

  • Kelly-Lee Foster

    I sort of bumped into ‘tangling through a friend who saw a pattern and followed some links. What interested me most about the videos was seeing people actually doing them. I live in Tasmania (Australia) on the North West coast where it hasn’t really taken off yet. I loved the “left brain” tangling as I cannot seem to make sense of Zentangle unless I have a central character in which I either do some patterns or do patterns all around.
    Well done everyone, beautiful work.

  • Cathy

    I have tried looking at the video, all what comes up is a black screen – is this because I have not subscribed yet

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