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Did you know? Mandalas Represent an Ideal Form of the Universe in its perfect harmony.
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While mandalas appear in all different forms, shapes and are being associated with different symbolical meanings, they are commonly drawn circular with a prominent point at the centre. This is because in the Buddhist and Hindu religion where mandalas originate from (over 2000 years ago!), the universe is portrayed as being a huge circle with all the powerful centre – the origin of all. you’re gazing into the depths of the universe!
Let’s get back to circles – if you love to doodle circles, there is a psychological meaning to that! Watch the video to find out more!
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Quick How To Guide
Mandalas are intricate, circular designs that are believed to represent the universe and are often used as a form of meditation and self-expression. If you’re an artist looking to learn how to draw mandalas in a satisfying way, you’re in luck! With a few simple techniques and the right tools, you can create stunning mandalas that are sure to inspire and delight.
First, let’s talk about the tools you’ll need. While you can draw mandalas with a variety of materials, such as pens, pencils, and paints, many artists find that using a compass and ruler can help create precise and even lines. You may also want to consider using a fine-tipped marker or pen for more detailed work.
Once you have your tools ready, it’s time to start drawing! Begin by drawing a circle in the center of your paper. From there, you can start adding shapes and patterns to create your mandala design. Some artists like to start with larger shapes and work their way inward, while others prefer to start with smaller details and build outward. Experiment with different approaches to see what works best for you.
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