Zentangle is an artform for anyone. Yes, I said ANYONE. If you can draw a dot, a line,a curved line, or a circle, you can create Zentangle Art. There are no mistakes in Zentangle art. You do not use an eraser. You use a pen, ink, pencil and a 3.5" square tile. That's it. No expensive supplies to buy. And the resources are endless. The best advice, though, is to take classes from a Certified Zentangle Teacher. I was fortunate to connect with Sue Clark in Loveland and took classes from her for over a year before becoming certified myself. You can look at all the pictures and patterns you want, but it is the process that is the whole key.
A Zentangle has no up and down. It is not a comprehensive picture where you are drawing an object. It is a form of art in which you practice the idea that Anything is Possible One Stroke At a Time. You just let your mind flow with the drawing.
I will attempt to explore this world with you and keep learning. I hope to start a series of classes soon but have none scheduled at the present time.