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Zen Doodle Drawing for Beginners : How to Start Doodling From Simple Patterns to Full Drawings
by Mia Coulter




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+ FREE BOOK Buy this book and get BOOK for FREE This book introduces you to what Zen doodling is all about and provides you with over 20 patterns to help you get started. It starts by giving you sample patterns practically applied on three items; the hat, cooking pan and therapeutic stone. Chapter 1 introduces Zen doodling, its benefits and how to get started. Chapter 2 dwells on Zen doodle patterns that you can use to beautify your hat. The hat symbolizes your mind and how you can creatively draw your mind away from destructive negative patterns of thoughts into constructive positive patterns of thoughts. Cooking pan/pot is essential to having a warm sumptuous meal. Cooking pot symbolizes energy and vitality to which food is the primary source that fuels them. Zen doodling patterns on cooking pot not only brings that appreciation the source of energy flows in your body but also brings your conscious awareness to the importance of food, more so, a healthy nutritional balanced diet to your wholesome wellbeing. A good pattern re-invigorates your appetite thus drawing your mind to the need of cooking your food. Chapter 3 introduces Zen doodle patterns that you can start with. Humans are spiritual beings. In the stone-age, stones used to be the most honored tools for virtually everything, including religious rituals. The importance of stones has not died off. They are the building blocks of our homes, the source of the rich minerals that decorate our jewelry, among so many others. Chapter 4 introduces some of the Zen doodle patterns that you can use on your therapeutic stone or some other similar hard-surface objects including Cowries shells, porcelain, among others. Chapter 5, 6 and 7 describes how to Zen doodle each of the patterns represented in chapters 2, 3 and 4 respectively. Chapter 8 presents some extra patterns that you can consider adding to the mentioned items in Chapters 2, 3 and 4 or which you can simply practice on some other items. Zen doodling is not simply an art of drawing patterns or art for art's sake but an art that goes to the depth of your mind to offer therapeutic remedies. Here is a preview of what you'll learn: - Getting Started with the Basics - Zen Doodle Patterns to help you decorate your hat - Zen Doodling Your Cooking Pot - Zen Doodling Your Artistic Therapeutic Stone - Drawing Patterns for the Hat - Drawing Patterns for the Cooking Pot - Drawing Patterns for the Therapeutic Stone - More Zen Doodle Patterns for Your Practice Enjoy reading and practicing, and do not forget to receive your FREE BONUS BOOK All the instructions you will find at the end of the book. Good luck

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+ FREE BOOK Buy this book and get BOOK for FREE This book introduces you to what Zen doodling is all about and provides you with over 20 patterns to help you get started. It starts by giving you sample patterns practically applied on three items; the hat, cooking pan and therapeutic stone. Chapter 1 introduces Zen doodling, its benefits and how to get started. Chapter 2 dwells on Zen doodle patterns that you can use to beautify your hat. The hat symbolizes your mind and how you can creatively draw your mind away from destructive negative patterns of thoughts into constructive positive patterns of thoughts. Cooking pan/pot is essential to having a warm sumptuous meal. Cooking pot symbolizes energy and vitality to which food is the primary source that fuels them. Zen doodling patterns on cooking pot not only brings that appreciation the source of energy flows in your body but also brings your conscious awareness to the importance of food, more so, a healthy nutritional balanced diet to your wholesome wellbeing. A good pattern re-invigorates your appetite thus drawing your mind to the need of cooking your food. Chapter 3 introduces Zen doodle patterns that you can start with. Humans are spiritual beings. In the stone-age, stones used to be the most honored tools for virtually everything, including religious rituals. The importance of stones has not died off. They are the building blocks of our homes, the source of the rich minerals that decorate our jewelry, among so many others. Chapter 4 introduces some of the Zen doodle patterns that you can use on your therapeutic stone or some other similar hard-surface objects including Cowries shells, porcelain, among others. Chapter 5, 6 and 7 describes how to Zen doodle each of the patterns represented in chapters 2, 3 and 4 respectively. Chapter 8 presents some extra patterns that you can consider adding to the mentioned items in Chapters 2, 3 and 4 or which you can simply practice on some other items. Zen doodling is not simply an art of drawing patterns or art for art's sake but an art that goes to the depth of your mind to offer therapeutic remedies. Here is a preview of what you'll learn: - Getting Started with the Basics - Zen Doodle Patterns to help you decorate your hat - Zen Doodling Your Cooking Pot - Zen Doodling Your Artistic Therapeutic Stone - Drawing Patterns for the Hat - Drawing Patterns for the Cooking Pot - Drawing Patterns for the Therapeutic Stone - More Zen Doodle Patterns for Your Practice Enjoy reading and practicing, and do not forget to receive your FREE BONUS BOOK All the instructions you will find at the end of the book. Good luck


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  • ISBN-13: 9781540869326
  • ISBN-10: 1540869326
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: December 2016
  • Page Count: 176
  • Dimensions: 10 x 7.01 x 0.38 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.7 pounds

Series: Let's Doodle #1

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