Zentangle HQ has released a Kitchen Table Talk video demonstrating a new tangle technique. Molygon has been a tangle for some time now, but the articulated method is a new way of drawing it. Let me show you what I did with the technique.
It looks difficult but articulated molygon is really simple to draw. Takes some concentration but it isn’t hard. This was the very first one I did. It doesn’t matter which direction you go with your pods, just draw one under the previous one and keep going in any direction you wish.
And I added some articulated molygon. I like the first one with the blues better, but I thought to try this with pinks and purples. Not my favorite. Hey, they can’t all be favorites! Can they???
For this third one, I pulled out my Baby Leda Pocket Sketchbook from Leda Art Supply. This is an amazing little sketchbook! Just the right size for a grab-a-few-minutes-and-draw kind of afternoon! As you can see I used a blue Copic multiliner to tangle up the molygon. I just really like the way the blues look!
And I just added the molygon until I was done. You know, that time when the drawing screams at you, “I am done!!!” That is when you stop and add shading and highlights. The color background on these pages was done with Ranger Distress Ink pads. A perfect backdrop to the blues in this piece.
So. How do you start tangling up your own batch of articulated molygon? That’s a super question! You can catch a tutorial video by clicking here.
You can purchase Hahnemühle YouTangle.art Tiles here.
You can purchase Daler Rowney Acrylic Inks here.
You can purchase Ranger Distress Ink pads here.
And you can purchase the Baby Leda here. (It’s on sale.)
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