This one is simpler than the ones I’ve been drawing lately. However, the simplicity is what is appealing, I think. Cleaner lines, less detail, but still looks fun to color. 😛
60 seems like it should be some kind of milestone. I started drawing these mandalas on a whim – who knew it would stick around this long? There are definitely days (and mandalas) that go better than others, but I can see progress when I look at where I started. Still room for improvement, but tons better than when I began.
I spent quite a bit of time yesterday drawing and painting. The last week has been spent trying to get everything done for school opening and I just hadn’t had the energy to do much of anything else. However, after a few hours of creating, I feel like my mojo is back and my focus is better. I think I’ve been more productive in an hour this morning than I have been all weekend. 😀
Ever have one of those days when nothing goes right? I had one of those the day I drew this. It turned out okay, so maybe that whole ‘zen’ idea works. Still frustrated after drawing it, but feeling better.
This one kinda looks like candy – stripes on the outside and then surprises inside. I like all the detail – should be fun to color!
It’s hard to believe I’ve done this for 56 weeks already. Time flies. But at least I’m having fun while it does. 😀
I actually really like how this one turned out. It feels cohesive and balanced, something I often struggle with. I love the contrast of the circles and the lines and the sense of movement from the curved lines. One of my better ones so far.
Not sure how I feel about this one. I like the outer layers, but the inner layers could be more cohesive. But I’m still experimenting and learning new things, so it’s all good, right? 😛
I’m still playing around with the white/black balance of these. I do like how one of the layers turned out to look like a rotating blade – not what I had intended, but it works.