Jill Buckley, Norma J. Burnell
The Art of Fashion Tangling is the perfect resource to provide hours of fashion fun and endless tangling creativity.
Combining the popular tangling art form with the world of fashion, The Art of Fashion Tangling takes readers on an inspirational, imaginative drawing journey. The free-flowing and detailed patterns inherent in this infectious art style meld perfectly with the fun and flexibility of fashion illustration. Beginning with an overview on tangling and a brief introduction to basic tools and materials and techniques and embellishments, readers will embark on a creative journey through a variety of prompts, patterns, and projects to turn innovative tangles into fascinating fashion looks and accessories. From dresses, jackets, and shoes to umbrellas, glasses, and funky hairstyles, tangling fashionistas will find a plethora of fashion-forward subject matter to doodle and embellish. With open practice pages throughout and a variety of reproducible templates at the back of the book, The Art of Fashion Tangling is the perfect resource to provide hours of fashion tangling fun and endless creativity.
Self-taught artist Jill Buckley had her start in the garment industry and has since expanded her creative expertise to include drawing, quilting, knitting, beading, gardening, and blogging. Learn more at www.thequiltrat.com.
Norma J. Burnell, Certified Zentangle(r) Teacher, is an accomplished artist and has been involved in the arts all of her life. Norma has won several People's Choice awards for her Fairy-Tangles(tm) Artist Trading Cards. She is a contributing author to The Art of Zentangle. Find out more at www.fairy-tangles.com.
Full-time writer and illustrator Heidi Cogdill is a watercolor artist, fashion tangler/doodler, writer, doll-maker, and the creator of the children book series Sissy Grace & the Gumptionettes. Find out more at www.heidicogdill.wordpress.com.
A "maker of stuff," Certified Zentangle(r) Teacher and artist Penny Raile is known for her whimsical projects that range from cardboard cuckoo clocks to WhimBots crafted from thrift-store finds. Penny is a contributing author to The Art of Zentangle and author of Tangled Up! See her work at www.tangletangletangle.com.
Monica Moody is a Dallas-based artist. Known for her vibrant alcohol ink paintings, she also enjoys mixed media, illustration, relief printmaking, pyrography, and watercolor painting. Learn more at www.monicamoody.com.
Artist and illustrator Jody Pham specializes in monochromatic, intricate illustrations. Find out more at www.jodypham.com.