Quick and Easy Mandala Design - Hand draw your own mandalas using Zentangle® inspired patterns Premium class

Gisèle Tchinda-Falcucci, Author, blogger, designer - crochet & drawing

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6 Videos (15m)
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About This Class

In this class, I will show you how to hand draw your own mandalas using doodles or Zentangle inspired patterns in 3 easy steps. 
Even if you have never drawn before, you will come up with refined,unique and beautiful results. Moreover, you will gain self-confidence while being spontaneous and attentive to yourself.
I will also give you a few tips on how to add color to your mandalas and additional ideas for creating original mandalas on various media.
A selection of patterns is provided in the class materials to help you in the drawing process.

Please share your mandalas and your Zentangle/doodles practice in the class projects, I will be happy to like and comment!


17 of 17 students recommendSee All

Excellent video fantastic teacher had lo's of fun it's a very meditative process.Bravo!
Sharon Lemay

Artist Certified Art Instructor

Fun class! Lovely mandalas!
I began my Zentangle journey several years ago and look forward to adding Mandalas to my "kit" of techniques & patterns. Thank you so much for providing this opportunity! pj stitches!





Gisèle Tchinda-Falcucci

Author, blogger, designer - crochet & drawing

Gisèle (Jijihook) is a French author, blogger, designer, artjournaler and crocheter. She loves to create fun and easy projects using different techniques, especially crochet, artjournal, Zentangle®, drawing and painting.
Author of the book "Bonnets Faciles et Amusants au Crochet" (fun crochet hats patterns), she has contributed to a few other publications on the following topics: organization, artjournal, Zentangle, DIY projects.
She loves to share her crochet and drawing skills by organizing workshops with children and adults. 
Part of her work is available on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/fr/shop/Jijihook