A couple of new speed paintings of mandalas are now on YouTube. “Particle Mandala 3” and “Celtic Knot Mandala 3”. I hope you like them.
I’ve been having so much fun drawing mandalas that I would like to increase my skills. (After all, they’ve been little more than doodles those for – believe it or not!) I wasn’t quite sure how to do this, and then it hit me! What if I could make a Celtic knot mandala?!?
This is not exactly a typical way to make one. Mostly because a piece is usually one or the other. I’m not sure if I’ve seen a piece that is both!
After two attempts, I believe that I’ve made enough progress that I can help someone else. My first attempt is here:
It’s a little bit sloppy. I was just experimenting. But I explain my thinking.
And here is my second attempt from this morning:
You can see, it’s a little better. I think these are just warmups, so I hope you stay tuned! 😎
New mandala speed painting using Corel Painter 2016’s (mostly) “Real Watercolor” brush, “Noisy Flowmap Fringe”, primarily. (With a little gouache thrown in.)
I set the number of segments to 3 and then 6 to achieve more interesting results.
All of my speed paintings will always be listed on this page: http://lelandgreen.com/youtube-speed-paintings/
Just another link to a speed painting. https://youtu.be/7obCxn45DKs
Full image is available here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/lelandgreen/34344905423/in/album-72157682530743800/
I’m thinking I should just put up a page that has links to all of these. ✌😎
Second tutorial on Corel Painter Kaleidoscope Tool is released here: https://youtu.be/d7yDdmQsf-Q
Get the finished mandala here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/lelandgreen/34279610273/in/album-72157682530743800/