For paper we used 20 x 30 inch (50 x 75 cm) sheets of Lokta. Lokta is a long fiber paper made from tree bark in Nepal. The trees (more like bushes we're told) regenerate quickly. It is also the paper that we use to cover our Zentangle Kit boxes.
For drawing tools we used regular pencils for string and shading. For tangling, we used Sakura® Pigma™ Graphic 1 and Micron 08 pens in black, brown and sepia. We used white chalk pencils for highlights.
Here's a closeup of an example Maria showed before we began:
People had their choice of green, brown or ecru paper. Here's a view from the balcony:
More from the balcony:
To many peoples' delight, Deb Phelps, CZT (and licensed massage therapist!) brought her massage chair.
We'll show more tomorrow how this project progressed.
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