Hearts Mandala

I created the mandala below for the month of February.  What happens is February, beside National Pizza Day, Ferris Wheel Day, Chinese New Year (wait, I could have easy created a mandala for these days)?  It is the month that Valentine’s Day is observed.

A PDF of this mandala is available on my coloring page, for anyone to download.

Hearts All Over

It was created and colored in CorelDraw.

Hearts All Over Color

Flower Spin

Christmas Cards are done!  Christmas shopping is finished (I think.)  Work area cleaned, so I can get back to my drawings!

Here is a mandala I recreated in Corel Draw.  It was based off of the one I drew by hand, which was Number 80 in the Mandala Challenge.

A black and white PDF version of this mandala is available on my coloring page.

Indian Flower Two

This is another drawing of a flower inspired by Indian pottery.  Done on a Studio Series Artist tile with Faber Castell Pitt Pens and watercolor pencils.

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Indian Leaf Flower

This Corel Draw drawing was also inspired by the same flower.

indian flower one color

This drawing is available for you to color on the Coloring Page.

 

Indian Flower Design

The inspiration for today drawing comes from an Indian pottery dish that I saw at a museum.  It was done on a white Studio Series Artist Tile with Faber Castell Pitt pens and watercolor.

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Indian Flower One

I ran out of time trying to recreate the design on the computer, but I did enjoy coloring what I created.

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Mandala Kind of Day

The first mandala is 6.25″ x 6.25″ drawing done with Sargent Glitter Gel Pens.  The second mandala was done on a 3.5″ x 3.5″ Studio Series Artist tile using Sakura gel pen and Sargent Neon Gel Pens.  The Sakura white gel pen shows up best on black paper.  The last drawing was create in Corel Draw, export as a bitmap, and colored in Microsoft Paint.

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Mandala – April 15

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Dot Swirl

AofC Hexagon Color 1

AofC Hexagon Shades