Totally Tangled by Sandy Bartholomew book review | Book Addicts

Totally Tangled by Sandy Bartholomew

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Totally Tangled is a 50 page book on using tangles (zentangles) in art.

6 out of 10 stars.  This is a very small book but each page is packed with tangles to use in your art.  There are sample zentangles scattered throughout the book and several pages are organized by the texture, country, or appearance of the tangles (e.g. tangles that simulate hair, etc.)

Tangles

  1. Knightsbridge
  2. Pearlz
  3. Keeko
  4. Printemps
  5. Hollibaugh
  6. Ennies
  7. Beedz
  8. Beedle
  9. Crossroads
  10. Matt
  11. Ballot
  12. Kaleido
  13. Flutter Tile
  14. Chic
  15. Pollen
  16. Hemp
  17. Adele
  18. Kuginuki
  19. Stubert
  20. Popova
  21. Puff-O
  22. Triangle
  23. Herald
  24. Omega
  25. Fetti
  26. Gyro
  1. Emilie
  2. Lampen and Alps
  3. Buttercup
  4. Flutter
  5. FlutterBi
  6. Flora
  7. Bauer
  8. Claire
  9. Miranda
  10. Xing
  11. DotnDash
  12. Chemystery
  13. Lacy
  14. Molecule
  15. Weave
  16. Punch
  17. Jacki
  18. Laydee
  19. Chugh
  20. Bollywood
  21. Whiska
  22. Marquee
  23. Steem
  24. Sproing
  25. Treasure
  26. Unagi
  1. Dingbat
  2. Vip
  3. Yes
  4. OrNot
  5. Inbloom
  6. Flyte
  7. Vink
  8. Yawn
  9. Falls
  10. Zazzle
  11. Flotsam
  12. Quiff
  13. Swell
  14. Oshun
  15. Swaddle
  16. Guist
  17. Fyre
  18. Ripple
  19. Cudad
  20. Flaske
  21. Punkin
  22. Nebel
  23. Buoy
  24. Holey
  25. Boing
  26. Awdry
  1. Pods
  2. Bambu
  3. Kogin
  4. Xpetal
  5. Bleeding Hearts
  6. Blt Joos
  7. Heartline
  8. Alice
  9. Leopard
  10. Urchin
  11. Jay
  12. Caterpillar
  13. Hairy
  14. Linky
  15. Linkd
  16. ButNz
  17. Muzic
  18. Stubs
  19. Bannah
  20. Abacus
  21. Ramy
  22. Scraper
  23. Pane
  24. HiRise
  25. Newell
  26. Lilah Bean

My Favorites

6 out of 10 stars.  One of my disappointments with the book was that several of the tangles I’ve already seen accredited to other people.  I love tangling but the Zentangle organization has gone a little nuts with copyright issues naming normal doodles and then going after people claiming they’re copyright-protected.  Uh, no.

Reviewed by Jill.

 

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