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Do you know the Mandalas?
Originally it was a Sanskrit word meaning circle, which may mean by extension
the environment and the community. But it is especially a graph concept, which
is to replicate intricate and circular patterns to form a unique design,
combining elegance and sophistication, sometimes with a touch of whimsy. The
Mandalas are not the easiest to draw and coloring these require your full
attention to get them right! In fact you will have to be very careful and meticulous
to color them without exceeding the proposed areas, and if you haven't colored
a Mandala before it's better that you first choose the rather simple models,
with large coloring areas . But a successful y colored Mandala will always be a
proud moment for you, because the results can be very impressive, especially
since only a few are capable of having enough patience to achieve the most
complicated Mandala! This is a challenge that you'll give yourself by choosing
this category, prepare well your crayons and be ready to put all your
concentration in your work because success will only depend on you! But of
course you have no need to worry if you mess up your Mandala you can always
start over with a new design, choosing the same or trying to select a less
difficult coloring. All the drawings offered here will allow you hours of
coloring, a level that few other drawings will give you, and the success of a
challenge will always be a delight for you!
Do not hesitate to use bold color
combinations, as Mandala made by specialists are always very colourful, with
lots of orange hues, bluish, greens, yellow, red, purple or violet, in impressive
mixtures! And of course when you're done you can offer your Mandala to someone
you love because such work is always appreciated! To go further with the
Mandala did you know that some used colored sand to draw? This very complicated
method requires much practice and is generally performed by Buddhist monks, and
if you are interested you can find some awesome examples! Especially since
these creations of sand are destined to be poured in the sea or in the course
of a river, and therefore short-lived, if not you can take photos !