Create stunning tangled initials and letters using my unique method, so easy you won't believe your own results.

Intermediate 46-minute long video lesson, including bonus PDFs

Includes video captions!

Your Instructor: Eni Oken

I'm Eni Oken, artist since the age of 8, art instructor and teacher for over 30 years, author of hundreds of articles, tutorials, video lessons and ebooks online and books in print on various different subjects such as fantasy design, jewelry making and in recent years, Zentangle method. My true passion is exploring methods and tools on how a person can create something remarkable in art, and teaching it to others so they can grow artistically.

CZT® since 2016

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Topics covered:

• Understand and review the importance of keeping the initials legible

• Review a clip from the Tangled Words video lesson

• Use my unique method of creating Tangled Initials using "Markers" and "Segments"

• Practice easy, intermediate and advanced initials

• Shading and contrast to maintain legibility

• And so many tips and tricks!


Create Stunning Initials for Monograms and Short Words

I came up with a unique method to create initials that can use practically any kind of tangle pattern, based on the concept of "Markers" and "Segments". This process allows you to be as creative as you like, adding tangles of your choice, so that you don't have to copy my designs identically. Come up with your own designs for elaborate initials!

Learn how to create SUPER INTRICATE letters using my unique method!

Create SUPER INTRICATE tangle initial letters which can be used as monograms or to form simple words.

What people said about this lesson...

"Thank you Eni, that was a wonderful lesson, I already have a few ideas how I'm going to use it and adapt it to my style. Your lessons are a game changer for my art."

Kelly Kayfish, via facebook

Thank you for your enormous talent! I have always admired the elegant look of embellished initials. And now I can learn how! Amazing -- i am looking forward to learning
Bev Vickers, via teachable