Still experimenting around with things – this time with line weights. Trying to figure out how to balance the thinner lines with heavier ones to balance out the different areas.
More circles in this one – I wanted it to be more traditional looking than some of the others. Still experimenting, but this one definitely begs to be colored in.
The bolder lines work well with this one. I like the separation they create. Definitely more cohesive than last week’s, which is a good thing. I like the silhouette of this one too.
Trying out some different elements with this one. It doesn’t feel cohesive, but there are pieces I like. It’s all about experimenting, right? 😛
Really loving the last layer of this one. Kind of reminds me of the art deco style. I also experimented with using some pieces of white in the design – drawing white over black, though it’s probably hard to tell that just by looking.
On to the next!
Only two rings in this one. I like the separation they create. The insides of each ring feel complementary and cohesive. I need to color this one and see how it turns out.
Another experiment, with only one ring. It seems simplistic at first glance, but as you look closer, the inside is more detailed than it first appears.
I like it.
A simpler design than I’ve been doing lately, but it felt like that’s where I should stop. I’m really itching to color this one and see how it turns out.
Digging the elements I incorporated into this mandala. Simple, but lots of pieces for coloring, which I like. I’m experimenting with other forms besides just circles.
I’ve also been experimenting with Amaziograph again. I think I’ll share some of those mandalas as well. They’re not as good, simply because it doesn’t have line smoothing, so my shakiness shows more in the lines. Ah, the joys of aging. 😛