XLnt Tangling Video Lesson
Learn how to use XLnt and Crestfallen tangles over a self-overlapping string, with an embedded letters and deep shadows.
1:49-hour intermediate video lesson.
Not available for individual purchase at this time. Come back later!
Topics covered :
- Overview of tangles
- Overview of materials
- Self-overlapping string
- Rule of thirds
- Strong diagonals
- Creating the string
- Embedded letter
- Shading the letter
- XLnt tangle practice
- XLnt tangling on string
- Detached shadows
- XLnt shading
- Crestfallen tangle
- Shading Crestfallen
- Hatched stripes
- Black gems
Materials and supplies:
• Tan Zentangle tile (or other 3.5 to 4 inch square tan paper).
• A square piece of scrap card paper the same size as your tile.
• A pair of small scissors.
• Black thick inking pen (I use Tombow Mono inking pen 03 or Micron PN)
• Red inking pen (I use Micron 01)
• Gold pen (I use gold Pen-Touch or gold Gelly roll)
• Blue marker (any brand, even cheap kid's markers. Turquoise or royal, but not too dark!)
• Regular colored pencils: yellow, ochre, dark brown (burnt umber), black, red and dark blue. (I like mostly Faber Castell Polychromos, except the yellow is better in Prismacolor).
• White Prismacolor colored pencil
• White Gel pen
• Colored pencil sharpener
• If you have it, yellow moonlight gel pen. Optional.
• Journal or practice paper
• Regular pencil
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