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No Mistake Workshop

A new series of creative workshops to help you know what to draw when you think you've made a mistake and there is nothing else you can do. This workshop series is based on the Zentangle® Method.

    Have you ever drawn something and made a "mistake"?

    • You have almost finished your work and you just made a wrong line... oops!
    • You've messed up the steps and now you don't know what to do?
    • You think you've once again drawn something wrong and you want to give up?

    Don't let it stop you in your track!

    Discover the No Mistake Workshop

    With this No Mistake workshop, based on the Zentangle® Method, you will learn what you can draw when you think you've made a mistake and there is nothing else you can do to save your drawing. Built on the Zentangle philosophy of "no mistakes, only opportunities", this series will consist of one workshop per week for 4 weeks.

    Each one-hour workshop will offer you a progressive and interactive learning experience to help you overcome blocks and judgments and give your creativity a new boost by exploring techniques to deal with the "oops" in your creative practice.


    No Mistake one white tile

    Understand and voluntarily put into practice the "no mistakes only opportunities" principle.

    • Learn where the principle "no mistakes only opportunities" comes from to better understand how to use it.
    • Learn how this principle fits into the practice of the Zentangle Method and tips on how to use it in your own creative practice.
    • Draw on white tile with "oops" to practice what you've learned.


    No Mistake on black tile

    How is it different from white tiles?

    • Understand or refresh your knowledge of black tiles and materials to better master the principles of black tiles.
    • Know what works and what doesn't work on black tiles and get tips and tricks to draw easily on black tiles.
    • Draw on black tile with "oops" to continue exploring this topic.


    No Mistake on Renaissance tile

    Go further in the exploration and have fun with the "oops".

    • Understand or refresh your knowledge of Renaissances tiles to feel more comfortable with the additional material and the different light and shadow effects of Renaissances tiles.
    • Why are Renaissance tiles different from black or white tiles? What do they have in common? Learn and understand the differences between black, white and Renaissance tiles.
    • Increase the ease with which you deal with "mistakes". Draw on a Renaissance tile playing with "mistakes" to better master the Renaissance tile technique and work on letting go in your creative practice.


    No Mistake on gray tile

    Learn to play with "mistakes" on grey tiles to have even more ideas of what you can do.

    • Discover or deepen your knowledge of gray tiles in order to understand what they can bring to the Zentangle practice.
    • Understand how gray tiles differ so you can be confident with the different types of tiles and their materials.
    • Draw on gray tile(s) with "oops" to expand your understanding of the "No Mistake" philosophy and find even more inspiration to help you in your creative practice and overcome blocks and judgments.

    Juliette, an experienced Certified Zentangle Teacher™, will accompany you during these workshops. She was trained in 2013, in the United States, by the founders of the Method Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas. Since then, hundreds of students have taken ArtsAmuse's classes with her.

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    Here's what people are saying about the workshops

    "ArtsAmuse's Zentangle Method based workshops is a gift I give myself every week.  The class is scheduled time out of my week where I allow myself to just be in the moment, without stress, and where no artistic ability is required.  If you’ve never tried Zentangle, you are missing out."

    - Penny (USA)

    "These workshops are full of generosity, subtlety and gentleness, while being packed with technique. They truly allow us to better immerse ourselves in the "No Mistake" philosophy of the Zentangle Method and understand the impact it can have in our lives."

    - Catherine (France)

    "I finally found my creative outlet and the doorway into my artistic confidence when I started taking Zentangle classes from Juliette 6 years ago. Thank you Juliette for keeping me grounded and creative....even during tough times in my life. I continue to grow with your teaching and Zentangle!"

    - Janine (USA)

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      No artistic experience is necessary.

      The Zentangle® method does not require any previous drawing skills.


      The link to connect to the Zoom meeting will be accessible on the course platform at the latest the day before the class.

      This link will allow you to follow the workshop live.

      Voici l'équipement nécessaire :

      • A working internet connection.
      • A computer. You need to install the Zoom application to connect with the link you will receive by email.
      • Or a tablet / mobile. You need to install the Zoom application to connect with the link you will receive by email.
      • A microphone and a webcam (you don't have to turn on your webcam during the course).


      Exceptionnal Bonuses

      • Recommended Material List
      • 7 days Inspiration
      • Creative Practice List


      A detailed list will be sent to you by email after your registration. Please make sure that the emails do not go to junk mail.

      Recommended materials for this series of courses include:

      • 1 black precision marker (Sakura Micron 01 or PN, or a pen of your choice)
      • 1 brown precision marker (Sakura Micron 01 or PN, or a pen of your choice)
      • 1 blue precision marker (Sakura Micron 05 or PN), or other color/pen of your choice
      • 1 white gel pen (Gelly Roll White 08 or other pen that shows on black paper)
      • 1 pencil (2B or whatever you have on hand)
      • 1 white pastel pencil (or other white pencil that shows on black paper)
      • 1 pastel pencil in a color that goes with the blue marker or one of your choice (or another type of colored pencil that can be seen on black paper and can be blended)
      • 1 tortillon or blender (or if you don't have one, a cotton swab)
      • 1 tortillon or blender (or cotton swab) - dedicated to white pastel pencil
      • 1 tortillon or blender (or cotton swab) - dedicated to the colored pastel pencil that is blended
      • White paper (drawing paper, watercolor or mixed media) or white square tile(s) of 9cm x 9cm, Phi and/or Bijou
      • Black paper (drawing paper, watercolor or mix media) or black square tile(s) 9cm x 9cm, Phi and/or Bijou
      • Beige paper (drawing paper, watercolor or mix media) or Renaissance tile(s), 9cm x 9cm square, Phi and/or Bijou
      • Grey paper (drawing paper, watercolor or mix media) or grey square tile(s) of 9cm x 9cm, Phi and/or Bijou


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      Cancellation policy and conditions of sale

      This workshop is pre-recorded. Please note that these recordings are for your personal use only. Buying this workshop does not give you the right to teach, copy, share its content. See our terms and condition for more details.

      Due to the digital nature of the recordings, no cancellation is possible once the course is bought.