Art through Rangoli and Pottery craft
In the pottery in the images above, we take earthen pots of different shapes apply acrylic paint of the colour of our choice and allow it dry for a few minutes. Then using acrylic paints, outlines, chamki, kundan stones and anything else we are comfortable with or access we can decorate the pots as shown. Simple border designs, free hand designs that are use for rangoli can be used here too. Many are available for reference and use.
Multi colour rangoli designs for school projects
Remove the CD carefully
Draw annular rings of various colours
Fill with pink rangoli and remove the small bangles
The basic rangoli pattern is ready. The pink circles are decorated with white dots.
A multi colour dot pattern in rangoli at the centre to make the rangoli even more beautiful.
A very beautiful rangoli with multi colour circles and dots is ready for Diwali rangoli or projects
Rangoli art for projects
Free hand rangoli designs need some practice but are definitely challenging and there is a satisfaction we get when we complete the rangoli and fill the colours. The images show the steps for a small free hand rangoli design I drew for Diwali long back. Instead of roses that are usually used for rangoli designs , I have used rose buds. There are quite a few rangoli designs with rose buds in Rangolisansdots , I think this is among the earliest.