Zen doodling is great fun, a good way to relax, and it doesn’t require previous art training. Better yet, many among those who begin Zen doodling exercises find them spiritually rewarding while also a way to release latent creative talent. Zen Doodling explains how to start Zen drawing exercises, and how to use them as a path toward both artistic and spiritual development. First exercises begin with uncomplicated black-and-white line doodling, making loops and curves, preferably with eyes closed. Exercises that follow focus on simple geometric shapes—squares, rectangles, circles, and triangles—and then go on to incorporate color with magic markers, inks, or paints. Advanced exercises include combining different shapes, drawing contrasting patterns in black and white or in different colors, and then on constructing complex mandalas, sketching portraits, and designing personal alphabets. Zen doodling is a distinctive approach to artistic creativity, and a method for achieving personal serenity.
Author: Carolyn Scrace
128pp., 8.5x11 paperback
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