Everyone’s talking about Zendoodling right now. Originally from the USA, this trend is now fast becoming hugely popular in several countries. It is a drawing technique that brings meditative relaxation and emotional balance into our everyday lives.
Starting off with just a few strokes, these are built up, little by little, turning into patterns (tangles) which, when joined together, result in a small work of art. With this technique, it is possible to create beautiful images on paper using fine-tipped black pens - and by choosing the appropriate edding products, they can also be applied to many other different materials and surfaces.
Zendoodling, art therapy and mandalas - three simple, easy-to-learn, creative techniques to calm the mind, de-stress and unwind. Enjoy moments of happiness when colouring and tangling with the new edding sets that have been specially developed for these techniques.
The edding Zendoodle Outline Set contains three black edding 1800 precision fineliners in a choice of stroke widths suitable for light-coloured paper, plus a silver edding 2185 gel roller for dark paper.
With its flexible brush tip, the edding 1340 brushpen can be used to colour in either the finished patterns or pre-drawn colouring pictures.
The new edding 1340 Zendoodle Colouring Set comes with ten vibrant colours. Both sets contain detailed instructions to help everyone (even beginners) get started on this rewarding hobby.
When coloured in, these finely detailed leaves and feathers create some rustic autumn decorations to warm the home this October.
Almost anyone can use this technique to create beautiful images. It increases focus, creativity and provides artistic satisfaction along with an increased sense of personal well-being.
What’s more, the pens have different stroke widths and all the colours are carefully coordinated, so they work beautifully together. The fibre pens are offered in attractive, high-quality gift boxes of metal. The big advantage when using colouring books is that the ink will not bleed through the paper.