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no expectations - just let your creativity flow...one stroke at a time.
I fell in love with Zentangle drawing.
no rules. no regulations.
only relaxation, meditation and lines.
line after line - one stroke at a time.

I had these white flats laying on my closet.
I wanted to try Zentangle drawing to another format than paper.

Im pretty happy with the result.

Posted by Sallamari from Salo, Finland • Published See Sallamari's 22 projects »
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  • How to paint a pair of painted shoes. Zentangle Flats - Step 1
    Step 1

    Pick up your flats and markers.
    Place them on the table.

    I recommend to use 2 different sizes of markers to create some depth to your creation. But if you only have one marker laying around, no worries that will do fine.

  • How to paint a pair of painted shoes. Zentangle Flats - Step 2
    Step 2

    Start drawing your doodles.
    Follow the stitch lines if you like - or create own lines. What ever feels right to you.

    Just keep going. Nice and easy.

    One stroke at a time.

  • How to paint a pair of painted shoes. Zentangle Flats - Step 3
    Step 3

    Inspirations can be found easily online. Just type zentangle and search.

  • How to paint a pair of painted shoes. Zentangle Flats - Step 4
    Step 4

    One side after the other.
    That is how I made mine.
    But there is no order or rules how to Zentangle. Pick any order you like.

  • How to paint a pair of painted shoes. Zentangle Flats - Step 5
    Step 5

    Each side can be different. Or quite the same, if that is more your style.

  • How to paint a pair of painted shoes. Zentangle Flats - Step 6
    Step 6

    I saved the best for last.
    I did first the sides and then this front part.

  • How to paint a pair of painted shoes. Zentangle Flats - Step 7
    Step 7

    Take your time and really enjoy this doodling process.
    Zentangle method is an elegant metaphor for deliberate artistry in life.

    One stroke at a time.

    No hurry - just enjoy every stroke.

    One point you realize that you are all done. And hungry to Zentangle more.

    Happy strokes everyone!

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Luke R.
Luke R.
very nice! I like the style
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Mission Bound Creations
Mission Bound Creations · Frostproof, Florida, US · 7 projects
Reminds me of an Indian Wedding - with the Henna designs on the hands and feet of the Bride. Beautiful work of Art!
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Miho S.
Miho S. · 28 projects
Beautiful work. They look great!
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Lauren H.
Lauren H. · Jeannette, Pennsylvania, US
So cool!
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Ravens Trove
Ravens Trove · Wenatchee, Washington, US · 35 projects
Beautifully done. You have quite the artistic talent, my friend! Mine would look like stick men and happy faces.... ;)
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thatdorkychick
thatdorkychick · Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US
"Happy strokes" Tongue
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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · London, GB · 1411 projects
These are beautiful - great job!
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piefacetoldmeso
piefacetoldmeso · Dudley, England, GB · 19 projects
I love this idea
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