The other day I was scrolling through the internet on my phone (nasty little habit!) when I saw an advertisement for leggings being touted as “THE most comfortable pair of leggings.” Well, as a lover of athleisure wear, I took the bait and went to the online store. When I got there, I was amused to see that they offered only one size of leggings, “One Size Fits All.” Now, if you have ever worn a pair of leggings, you know that one size, most certainly, does not fit all.
I started to think about all of the things that claim, “one size fits all” or “one size fits most.” It seems like a bold claim to make and yet this internet company is confident about their leggings. Perhaps they found the secret to stretchy fabric or maybe it is a marketing tactic, but I am willing to bet that one size, does not fit all.
But, what about the Zentangle Method? I like to think that the Zentangle Method is a little bit of a “one size fits all” drawing method.
Whether you are a seasoned artist or a novice with a pen – You can tangle.
Whether you are 8 or 88 – You can tangle.
Whether you have 15 minutes or 15 hours – You can tangle.
It doesn’t matter what country you are from, what language you speak or what your background is – You can tangle.
One of the best examples of this is at a CZT seminar. When you sit in a room with people from all over the world, who speak different languages and all come with their own stories and experiences, all with one common desire – to tangle.
The beautify of the Zentangle method is that the method remains the same for everyone.
One size fits all.