Zen Doodling

by Carolyn Scrace

Lifestyle, Hobbies and Leisure

LoveReading Expert Review of Zen Doodling

Zen doodlers come in many different guises; some hide their passion for zen doodling under a bushel whilst others are happy to tell the world.  But, if you're new to this ever more popular activity (it's not a craze as we know people who have been zen doodling for a while now), then why not surprise yourself with how vibrant and exciting the results can be. You need nothing more than a pen, pencil, some paper and depending on your design perhaps a ruler.  Packed with inspirational designs and ideas to get you going as well as tips and projects, this book shows how to create beautiful drawings that reflect innovation, brilliance and infinite possibilities.  And, for those worrying about their artistic abilities then worry not, for this step by step guide together with its sister publication, Zen Doodle Mandalas.

 

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Zen Doodling Synopsis

Zen Doodling is terrific fun and a great way to relax for all ages. Zen Doodling not only releases creativity, the repetitive nature of the designs focus one's mind and encourages a sense of inner calm and tranquillity, thereby aiding meditation. It can be done anywhere, and needs no special equipment.

See also the companion title Zen Doodle Mandalas.

About This Edition

ISBN: 9781908973429
Publication date: 1st April 2013
Author: Carolyn Scrace
Publisher: Book House an imprint of Salariya Book Company Ltd
Format: Paperback
Primary Genre Lifestyle, Hobbies and Leisure

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ISBN: 9781908973429
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About Carolyn Scrace

Carolyn Scrace is a prolific illustrator and writer and is currently Art Director of The Salariya Book Company, the children's book publisher in Brighton. Her career as an artist flourished early when, at the age of 16, her book illustrations for The Bonze Trumpeter by Jenny Nimmo were first published. She studied illustration at Brighton College of Art during the inspiring tenure of Raymond Briggs and John Vernon Lord. Since graduating, her career has taken her into the worlds of advertising and animation as well as publishing. Carolyn's work is extremely versatile: she has illustrated numerous fiction and non-fiction books in ...

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