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. 😛
Is it bad that I am running out of things to say about the mandalas? Should I just post the image and nothing else? I mean, it’s an image, so it’s visual, but I’m not sure I’m capable of NOT writing about it, even if I say the same thing over and over.
Is that bad?
In any event, I like this one. I hope you do too!
Another mandala where I drew without the guidelines. It makes for a much more free-flowing design. I’m diggin’ all the swirls and loops. This one was fun to draw. 🙂
I can’t believe I’ve done 30 of these already. I’m excited to color this one and see how that changes the look of it. It feels balanced and I’m happy with the different levels and how they turned out. I wish I had made the center layer a bit more complex, but overall I’m happy with the design.
This mandala reminds me of a pinecone. I was trying out a different pattern for the leaves, but it doesn’t quite gel with the rest of the mandala. I am quite happy with the floral elements. The flower and leaves in the center turned out really well.
I love this mandala. It feels balanced and complete. I like all the different design elements and how they all play together. The middle is a bit heavy, perhaps, but I like that it has lots of intricate pieces for coloring.