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  • #40622
    Kim
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    I’ve found that I love to draw these. Anyone else enjoy this? I have a few that put into frames and hung on my walls.

    #40637
    Jaydee
    Participant

    Kim,
    I would like to but I don’t know how. I know what they look like but what is the inspiration? Are there guidelines to making mandalas? Could you explain?

    -J.D.

    #40655
    Kim
    Participant

    I don’t think there are any specific guidelines to follow. It’s completely random and what you feel like drawing. If you google the word mandela in images you can see examples of some. Mine are pretty simple, not as complex as a lot. You can color them in if you want or just stay with the black and white. I use a drawing compass to make my main circles and then just draw things inside the circles. Then I take a black sharpie marker and go over the lines and may fill in a couple of sections with the black. I like the black and white. If I could figure out how to post a picture of the ones I’ve done then I could show you mine.

    #50782
    Megan
    Participant

    This is certainly one of my most favorite things to draw/paint. Usually my art has some type of mandela or mandela-esque part within it. It’s a very therapeutic subject because there is a pattern or sorts to follow; however, also a lot of room for creativity.

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