Category Archives: zendalas
Hi everyone, and thank you for your patience while I changed the manufacturing and distribution for my mandala stencils. The stencils are available now from: Acadia Laser Creations The stencils are circular grid templates that can be used for a multitude … Continue reading
This is week three of Kelly Barone 2015 Challenge. You can click the images for a larger view. This is a page from my sketchbook, where I was experimenting with the tangle pattern Cadent, with some variations including a circular … Continue reading
Here is a new mandala/zendala template. Click the images below to download the full-size template in PDF format. For more templates, visit my Mandala Templates page.
Here is a new mandala I created yesterday. It's based on a template by Ben Kwok; the templates are available to members of Ben's Facebook group Ornation Creation.
Last week, I finished a few drawings I had been working on. First, a Zendala coloured with coloured pencil: Also, two ink and coloured pencil drawings, a tiger and a fox, based on templates by Ben Kwok. Ben's templates are available … Continue reading
Many of you are using and enjoying my Mandala Stencils. For those of you who teach, I have created a class pack which contains one full Mandala Stencils kit plus 15 smaller stencils you can use for teaching. You can … Continue reading
This week, I am guest posting on Erin Koetz Olson's blog, and I supplied a template for the Zendala Dare #57. You can also see the première of my new video showing you in more details how to use the stencils … Continue reading
Wow! It's been a very long time since I posted some templates. Here are two new ones. Click the images below to download the full-size template in PDF format. For more templates, visit my Zendala Templates page. Enjoy!
Geneviève has created Mandala Stencils. A brilliant way to create your own Zendala strings that are perfectly symmetrical. This saves you from spending hours with a ruler, compass and protractor to draw your own. They come in three different angles … Continue reading
Two new mandalas/Zendalas. The first is done in ink and coloured pencil on a 12x12 sheet of card stock. The second is done in ink and graphite on white card stock.