Circles of Flowers

This drawing was done on a 16″ x 20″ Art Board.  It took a very long time to finished.  (Okay, I had to stop and declare it finished.)  It was inspired by art work I saw on TV.  Every time the circles cross each other, they changed colors.

I was created with Derwent Watercolor Pencils and Derwent Inktense Pencils.

Drawing 1

Large Colorful Mandala 10

Flowers and more flowers. Done with Derwent Inktense Pencils on 16″ x 20″ Carson Artboard. Inktense is like watercolor pencils, the only difference is once water is applied, it’s permanent. One tip I used was, if you outline in color pencils, it will help with the bleeding. So, I used Prismacolor pencil on the outline.

Mandala’s on Black

Here are a few of my more recent drawings.  I think I have develop an addiction.  I love filling in the drawings will just simple lines.

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The Spiral Puzzle drawing below was a big puzzle trying to figure out where the spirals overlapped.

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Spiral Puzzle

Another drawing celebrating the month of Love.

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Spiral of Love

Half way through drawing the mandala below I noticed that I messed up the pattern.  Instead of tossing it in the garbage and starting over, I came up with a solution.

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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