Sunday, 4 November 2018

Make Rangoli step by step

                       How to make RANGOLI




1.Choose the design you want to use.
🎀 Rangoli can be made in any number of designs, but whether you choose a simple or complex design, most are symmetrical. You can use a plant or animal for inspiration, or you can create your own geometric design.
🎀Depending on your skill level as an artist, you can choose small, basic geometric or floral designs, or venture into designing larger, more complex animals, gods, or goddesses (like the Hindu goddess Lakshmi, who is traditionally honored during Diwali).[1]
🎀Flowers such as the lotus are very popular for Rangoli. Some other traditional designs are fish, snakes, tridents, and the peacock - India’s national bird.
🎀You can also buy ready-made stencils to make the application even easier, or you can make your own. Stencils are easy to use and offer a variety of designs.





2.  Decide where to draw your Rangoli.
💢You can draw it on a flat, dry floor inside or outside of your home, or you can draw it on paper to display anywhere.
💢The earliest Rangoli were created in small 2x2 patterns, but can now be any size, even covering entire floors. The size of your design can help determine where you should draw your Rangoli.[2]
💢If you’re just starting out, it is best to create your Rangoli on black paper, since there is more room for error on an erasable surface.
💢The bright colors of your design will stand out beautifully against the black background. If you go this route, glue the paper to a piece of cardboard to give it some backing and structure.
💢If you decide to make your Rangoli on the floor, be sure to do it in a place that won’t disturb normal walking routes.


3. Sketch the design outline on paper.
📯Use a pencil and eraser to practice drawing the outline of your Rangoli on black or white paper. Keep practicing until you are happy with your design.
📯If you are creating the Rangoli on black paper, feel free to practice the design on the black paper you’re using for the finished piece. Just make sure to sketch lightly so you can easily erase any lines if needed.



4.  Draw your design outline in chalk on the floor.
💢If you are not making your Rangoli on black paper, you will need to draw a basic outline on the floor, or wherever you are creating your Rangoli. 💢Draw the outline in thin, light chalk lines.
💢Draw the chalk outline lightly just in case you need to erase any mistakes.
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