How to draw four sets of classy mandala patterns

this is a list of four mandala patterns

Hello everyone!

I am glad that you chose to click on this tutorial link and learn four different mandala patterns that will help you get more creative while drawing a mandala. 

A pattern is an assemble of basic shapes intersected creatively to come up with a beautiful and appealing result. The more mandala patterns you learn the wider your ideas will get. It is like filling your mind with artistic provision. This is one of many patterns tutorials I have posted on my website in order to provide you with sufficient designs to get you going.

The minute you will decide to draw a mandala, you will flow with the moment, using all the patterns you already have in mind. And maybe you will start creating your own set of patterns being inspired but what you have already learned.

So come on get those fine pens ready and let’s doodle some nice and easy mandala patterns that are wonderful for beginners.

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Materials needed

  • Grid paper
  • Fine drawing pen such as Uni Pin or Micron

First Pattern

this is a picture of a mandala pattern tutorial with different steps

This mandala pattern is created from the assembly of the following shapes: regular petals, tear drop leaves, swirls, and circles.

  • Step a – Trace a regular petal
  • Step b – Trace a diagonal inner double outline as shown in the figure above.
  • Step c – Fill the outline space with small circles
  • Step d – At the bottom center trace two identical swirls from each side.
  • Step e – From the center of the swirls draw tear drop leaves.

Second Pattern

this is a picture of a mandala pattern tutorial with different steps

This mandala pattern is created from the assembly of the following basic shapes: regular petal, curved lines, flower.

  • Step a – Trace a regular petal
  • Step b – Draw a curved line from the bottom left to the top right as shown in the illustration above.
  • Step c – Draw an opposite curved line to the one you drew in step b.
  • Step d – Repeat step b.
  • Step e – Repeat step c.
  • Step f – Trace a half circle and color it in black.
  • Step g – Trace the flower’s petals.

Third Pattern

this is a picture of a mandala pattern tutorial with different steps

This pattern is also based on the regular petal shape with addition of curved lines and teardrop petals.

  • Step a- Trace the regular petal
  • Step b- Trace a smaller regular petal that starts and ends from the sides of the previous petal.
  • Step c- Draw a double pointed tear drop at the summit of the smaller petal and put a dot inside.
  • Step d- Trace curved lines from each side of the double pointed tear drop.
  • Final step- Trace tear drop leaves at the bottom of the petal

Fourth Pattern

this is a picture of a mandala pattern tutorial with different steps

This pattern is a representation of a leaf with decorated borders.

  • Step a- Trace a regular petal.
  • Step b- Trace an inner outline.
  • Step c- Fill the border with small circles.
  • Step d- Trace a line cutting the leaf in half.
  • Step e- Trace curved lines from each side of the center line as shown in the illustration above.

Watch The Video Tutorial

Mandala Tutorial 2 | How to draw mandala patterns

I hope you found this tutorial helpful and inspiring to start to create beautiful mandala designs. This art is one of the best methods used to relax and unwind and I am sure that once you start you will get totally attached to drawing mandalas.

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