By Design – by Hamdi R.
Patterns and Swirls
As a child, Rachel had always loved to doodle. She would spend hours filling up the margins of her notebooks with intricate patterns and designs. But as she grew older, she began to see her doodles as something more than just a way to pass the time.
One day, Rachel’s art teacher introduced her to the world of zentangles and doodles. She showed the class how to create a mandala by filling in each space with a unique pattern or design.
Rachel was instantly captivated by the idea, and she spent hours practicing the technique.
As she got older, Rachel continued to explore the world of zentangles and doodles. She found that the repetitive patterns and intricate designs had a meditative quality, and she would often spend hours lost in her own creations.
Rachel began to incorporate her zentangles and doodles into her artwork. She used them to create intricate mandalas, detailed portraits, and abstract landscapes.
She even started selling her artwork, and her unique style quickly gained a following.
But despite her success, Rachel never lost her love for doodling. She would still spend hours on the phone, filling up notepads and scraps of paper with her intricate patterns and designs.
To Rachel, doodling was more than just a way to pass the time. It was a way to express herself, to connect with her innermost thoughts and emotions, and to create something beautiful out of nothing.
And as she looked at the mandala on her wall, with its intricate patterns and delicate designs, she couldn’t help but feel a sense of wonder and gratitude for the simple act of doodling that had led her on this amazing journey of self-discovery and creativity.