The seed of life is the first genesis of the flower of life.
This video tutorial will teach you how to draw this beautiful pattern.
I use this pattern a lot in my beginner painting tutorials and I teach this in the Mandala Drawing workshops I run.
There will be more about all the symbolism behind these patterns and lots of ways you can use this tool to improve your own painting in another blog post to come.
grab a compass, some paper and pens!
Start making this beautiful pattern ❄️
Its simple, fun and good for your soul
Hi my fabulous Creative Souls
Here is a tutorial I've put together for you so you can learn a bit more about colour mixing, and make a beautiful Painting too!
If you haven't seen my first Watercolour Colour tutorial check it out here to learn the basics of the colour wheel.
Beginners Colour Wheel Tutorial
Lets get started!!
You will need
Follow along to make your own gorgeous colour sampler.
This is a fun way to paint a colour sampler.
There are more formal methods to painting a colour sampler, but I quite enjoy the freedom of this more intuitive approach.
Begin with a colour, fill your first area.
I have started with Yellow.
As you move to each new area, make subtle changes in the last colour you used by adding tiny amounts of the next colour on the colour wheel.
You can make these any pattern, any size.
The aim is to experience colour and feeling an awareness in your sensitivity towards the subtle shifts in colour.
The more you practice exercises like this the more cohesive and natural your paintings will look. Your ability to intuitive choose the right colours for your subject will improve.
This makes a gorgeous painting!
And it’s fun!
The pattern I have used here is based on the Seed of Life, with Geometric divisions.
You can learn how to draw that here
The Seed Of Life Drawing Tutorial
Easily Draw Perfect Geometric Patterns Tutorial
And if you are ready to take this to a new level ... checkout the Watercolour Feather Painting Tutorial for another fun easy painting project.
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