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Mini Mandala by Zai Hafiz

Mini Mandala by Zai Hafiz
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Instructions

 Mini Mandala by Zai Hafiz | www.rangerink.com

Step 1: The first step is to create your guidelines to help the neatness and symmetry of your mandala. Draw as many circles as you’d like using a compass and then segment these circles using the angles on a protractor.

 Mini Mandala by Zai Hafiz | www.rangerink.com

Step 2: Using the fude ball pen in black, start to outline the bigger details of the mandala using the guidelines to help you keep everything uniform in size, shape and symmetry. Remember – you can be as creative as you want!

 Mini Mandala by Zai Hafiz | www.rangerink.com

Step 3: Continuing to use the fude ball pen in black, start to create smaller details and patterns within the bigger details we outlined in step 2. This will create a more intricate mandala. Again – be creative as you’d like!

 Mini Mandala by Zai Hafiz | www.rangerink.com

Step 4: Using the Dina Wakley Media acrylic paint and a small brush, start to add some base colour to the mandala. You can use any colours you like – I used Marine, Eggplant and Rosy to colour mine.

 Mini Mandala by Zai Hafiz | www.rangerink.com

Step 5: Using the Dylusions paint pens, fill in some of the smaller details of the mandala with colour. As the nib is so fine, it’s perfect for those tiny spaces! I chose to use the paint pens on some of the outlines of the details!

 Mini Mandala by Zai Hafiz | www.rangerink.com

Step 6: Finally, using the Dina Wakely Media Acrylic Paint again and the end of a small brush, add some dots to the mandala for even more detail. This is my favourite step and always adds so much to the final piece!

 Mini Mandala by Zai Hafiz | www.rangerink.com

Zai Hafiz Zai Hafiz Art began when Zai vowed to dedicate her life to living passionately, working hard and fulfilling her dreams of becoming a successful artist. Zai was suffering from anxiety, would have panic attacks often and felt as though she had completely lost control of her life. One night, Zai sat at her desk and began doodling, only to realise that she felt more calm and had distracted her mind. Doodling then became a habit for her, becoming a visual representation of how she was feeling. They were detailed, messy and unorganised; but she decided she had to create something which she wanted to feel, rather than how she was feeling. Zai then began creating extremely detailed mandalas and found that not only did it ignite a passion within her, but it also helped with her mental health and wellbeing!

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