Creating this zendoodle heart is so much fun and there are endless ways you can paint it!
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You may be asking… what is zendoodle? Well the term Zentangle is much more known using that term means you have specific patterns to use. Using the term zendoodle just means that you are taking some of the Zentangle style designs and using them in a less technical way. Add this to your heart rock painting to do list! There are so many ways to paint them!
Supplies for Painting Zendoodle Heart Rocks
For this painted stone I am using a black extra fine tip, 1M paint pen for the lining and a 3M, fine tip paint pen for my colors. I chose to leave this one with one color throughout but you can easily mix and match it any way you like! I pulled all of my designs from this Zendoodle book if you need more pattern inspiration it breaks them down step-by-step.
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Painting this Unique Heart Design Step-by-Step
Below you will find step by step images on how to lay out this rock. There is a full video tutorial after if you are looking for more details or tips to create this designs inside!
Start by breaking your stone into sections. I like to use sticky notes because they will bend with the curve of the rock. Add a second line to each dividing line and fill in with your color of choice.
There are so many different patterns to pick from when filling in your heart. You an watch the video below if you need tips for these. Try to balance the amount of black used on the stone. Last go in and add a touch of your color in each design and on the outer edge.
- If you are using this tutorial to paint a rock, make sure to seal your painted rocks before putting them out into the world!
Zendoodle Heart Video Tutorial
Watch me build the inside designs on this stone step by step in the video tutorial!
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