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Mandalas: 50 Hand Drawn Illustrations (Volume 3) ebook

by Mary Robertson


Start by marking Mandalas: 50 Hand Drawn Illustrations (Volume 1) as Want to Read . This is a coloring book of 50 original hand drawn mandala designs, by artist Mary Robertson.

Start by marking Mandalas: 50 Hand Drawn Illustrations (Volume 1) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Each design is printed on one side of a page. Suitable for crayon, colored pencil, markers, and gel pens.

Mandalas Volume 4 offers yet another 50 hand drawn mandala designs for relaxing coloring enjoyment. Perfect for both adults and children! Each design is printed on its own dedicated page. One of the things I like about her books is that they are hand drawn so there are small differences in the shapes. I also like that the lines are not too thick. The big bonus is the tiny thumbnail samples of each mandala. I have started using them for a color reference for color palet ideas.

This coloring book is the sixth volume of fifty hand drawn mandala designs by artist Mary Robertson. Each illustration is printed on its own page, blank on the back.

I have 9 of Mary Robertsons mandala coloring books now. Volume one slipped through the cracks for m. Volume one slipped through the cracks for me. Now that I have it I am loving it. I am finding that this one has some pages that have given me a chance to have white spaces. This book of Mandalas is a bit more organized than I might have been as a child drawing freehand designs, yet, it's a great way to begin, again, and again, to envision colors, and patterns, maybe even to think in a kaleidoscopic way. Quite nice.

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Items related to Mandalas: 50 Hand Drawn Illustrations (Volume 7). Mary Robertson Mandalas: 50 Hand Drawn Illustrations (Volume 7). ISBN 13: 9781938519352. Each large mandala is printed on its own single-sided page on 60 pound bright white paper.

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Complete treatise devoted to drawing hand and foot parts, represents more effectively the human body, due to their complexity and the . The book gives guidelines to the reader first observation and then translating them into paper.

Complete treatise devoted to drawing hand and foot parts, represents more effectively the human body, due to their complexity and the variety of positions that can be assumed. Посмотреть все изображения. La mano y el pie (The Hand and Feet Forma), Pr. .2. МБ. 56. Нравится Показать список оценивших. Катерина Быкодорова 3 апр 2014 в 12:12.

This is the third volume of Mandalas, a series of coloring books by Mary Robertson. Each of the 50 hand drawn designs appears on its own dedicated page, no design on the back. This coloring book is suitable for fine tip markers, gel pens, and colored pencils. For ages 12 and up. Mandalas have long been used as a visual aid in meditation. Coloring a mandala is a form of active meditation which can be enjoyed by adults too!
Hystana
This book is fun for adult or kids.

The designs are very cool. The trick is to color it like a mirror, with the same colors reflecting each other.

We use wax crayons, wax pastels, color pencils or markers. We like the wax pastels because the color is richer than crayons or pencils. Color pencils are nice in that they are easy to sharpen. Markers provide the most vibrant colors. A large pack of inexpensive markers works just fine.

Its a good idea to scan a page, print it out to color on and keep the originals as masters. Each design is on its own page so you can use markers to color the originals if you want.

A very relaxing way to pass the time. Can be done while watching TV, or if you want to escape for awhile into a world of illusions.
Agrainel
I have 9 of Mary Robertsons mandala coloring books now. Volume one slipped through the cracks for me. Now that I have it I am loving it. I am finding that this one has some pages that have given me a chance to have white spaces. Other pages have me using lots of colors. I like all of her books for times when I want to finish a page in around an hour. This book has some pages that fall into the almost two hour group.
Fenrinos
I don't know what it is about patterns, circular patterns, patterns. Patterns that seem to make you want to grab your pencils or crayons, and PLAY with the designs!

As a child I used to make circular and other geometric kinds of patterns using a compass, or a ruler, or just freehand. I've never lost that love of playing with designs, and colors, and I'm quite a few decades past the "young" stages of my life.!

This book of Mandalas is a bit more organized than I might have been as a child drawing freehand designs, yet, it's a great way to begin, again, and again, to envision colors, and patterns, maybe even to think in a kaleidoscopic way.

Quite nice.
Tiainar
My first attempt at this. Pleased that these mandalas are neither too simple or too complex. Of course the drawings are all just what they are; it's our reactions that make things difficult. I read the reviews for nearly all the mandala coloring books. Sure is confusing. And perhaps people are too picky for books that sell for under $7. Anyway, I got lucky with this one. Also, was pleased with the Colore pencils set, 60 pencils for $14.
Monam
Really loving these. I use them for prayer, meditation, and to get past writing blocks. I find the hand-drawn designs so much more organic and relaxing to color. They allow me to focus more on my meditation vs. consideration of color scheme or artistic perfection (since I'm nowhere near an artist). I've put many more of these on my wish list. They are, simply, one of my most important new writing tools.
Dusar
Get out the Ultra-fine markers!
I use these for calming down. They work great!
When I don't want to scream and fight I take one
to color and think about the day. I try to stay in the
lines. I try to make it perfect and it can take me
8 hours to color just one of them. They are
not just a "coloring" book to me. The are my
"sanity" safer.
Fearlessrunner
Quality is so so. I will have to put a protective sheet behind to prevent leaking. The actual pictures a good.
These Mandalas are wonderful, because whenever things get hectic and our child is feeling the stress she'll pull out the book and start coloring. Now she is creating her own and talking or singing while "creating" she is expressing a lot of thoughts that otherwise may or may not get a chance to come out. I highly recommend it for any person that needs to find a reason to sit down and relax....
Mandalas: 50 Hand Drawn Illustrations (Volume 3) ebook
Author:
Mary Robertson
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Activities Crafts & Games
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Publisher:
Jumeaux Media, LLC (May 26, 2012)
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110 pages
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4.2
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