Thank you for choosing our Friendly Mandala Coloring Books

we hope you enjoy it as we tried very hard to create these for you.
Whether you are new to filling out coloring books or a pro, we would like to suggest some methods of how to diversify the process of your art while you spend time painting these pages. 

we hope you enjoy it as we tried very hard to create these for you.
And please remember the most important thing: this book is a free zone for YOUR creativity.
Whatever tools you use for this and whatever techniques you use, the most important purpose of our coloring books is to help you escape from the hustle and bustle, relax and express yourself.

Enjoy your time with Friendly Mandala Coloring Books!

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You can try painting mandalas in different styles, you can use different tools whatever you feel most comfortable with, and here's how you can apply it:

Sketch of mandala colored using the cross-hatch technique and with pencils. With pencils, you can use the cross-hatch technique: stroke diagonally inside the cell, then rotate the book, and cross-hatch from what you have already done - this way you get an even shading. Relax your wrist and do not press too hard on the pencil - this will allow you to control the intensity of the color.

Mandala sketch colored with striped painting technique Also, you can try not to paint over absolutely all the cells: skip some types of them - it doesn't matter whether they are small or large - this will allow you to influence the final shape of the mandala by yourself. Who said that you have to fill in the cells completely? Try shading the cells with parallel stripes (felt-tip pens are especially good for this). Experiment with the angle of your lines. Shade some types of cells at one angle, others at another - it will look very original.

Sketch of mandala, painted with acrylics or gouache Paints (gouache or acrylic) are the most unexpected tool for working with coloring books - but why not? Equip yourself with a medium-sized soft teardrop brush. First wet the brush, then draw on the paint and do not forget to remove excess paint from the brush - this will allow you to have the most uniform and accurate result.

Sketch of mandala painted using watercolor Using watercolor, you don't have to worry about the contours too much - you can smoothly transition from one color to another, using the cells just as a guide, creating a smooth gradient background for an existing mandala. Trust us, you will be pleasantly surprised with the result!

Sketch of mandala colored using felt-tip pens. Felt-tip pens, on the contrary, try to apply in one layer: tightly fitting strips give an excellent result of filling the cell.

Sketch of a mandala colored using low-contrast and contrasting colors In neighboring types of cells, try not to use similar colors, use colors that contrast with each other. For example, if you painted one kind of cell blue, try using red in adjacent cells. Near green - yellow, near purple - orange, and so on.

Sketch of a mandala colored with a non-uniform painting technique Why don't you try painting over the cells with, say, circles? Or spots? You don't have to stick to symmetry if you don't want to. Imagine fabulous flowers with spotted petals - this can be your mandala!

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