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.

100 Mandalas Challenge: The Next Twenty

Day twenty-five into the 100 Mandalas in 100 Days Challenge I am on number 40. Below are some of the latest mandalas that I like.

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Mandala 021

This mandala was done with neon gel pens.

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Mandala 022

This is the same on as above, but shown under blacklight.

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Mandala 022 – Black light

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Mandala 024

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Mandala 026

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September 18, 2018

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Mandala 033

This mandala was done with the doctor’s office’s ballpoint pen while waiting.

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Mandala 032

All of the mandalas are shown on the Mandalas Challenge page.

Success! Well somewhat!

This is probably my first successful drawing using alcohol ink pens, well somewhat. Alcohol ink dries quickly but it bleeds very badly. One tip I read with using alcohol ink was to outline the area in matching color pencil.

This drawing is a mixture of Faber Castell Pitt Pens, Prismacolor Pencils, and Chameleon Pens.

Circles Make Flower

There are 25 circles which makes this flower drawing.  It was colored in a pattern.  Can you tell what the pattern was?

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The drawing was done on a Studio Series Artist tile with Faber Castell Pitt Pen and Prismacolor pencils.

The pattern was two part:  Areas that do not overlap, were not colored; and the lighter shades of colors were connected.