Saturday Art Gallery – Day 2

Welcome to Saturday Art gallery!

If you are not already aware, this is part of a series called “Saturday Art Gallery” where I share one of my art works every Saturday.

As promised, presenting to you my second art piece πŸ™‚

When I started drawing this pattern, all I could think was “Sinking“. I guess, I was just sad that day and felt like drawing, this is what came out on papers!

Do let me know in the comments below how you liked this pattern and what does it signifies to you? Would love to hear your feedback. πŸ™‚

P.S. : I know the lines aren’t perfect at some places.

Did you checkout previous week’s art work? Check it out here: Day 1


  1. potatosandwich

    Firstly #happysaturday. I now look forward to your weekly artwork with anticipation.

    You call this “sinking”, my perception would be “mesmerising”. For me this symbolises our entire journey of life. It doesn’t matter that there is no beginning or end, it’s a full circle experience because our lives can continue through our children or even a loved one, so it never ends. You talk about the lines not being straight but for me that’s perfect, because our path is not always clean cut, linear, it deviates and good times can also turn into challenging times.

    Beautiful detail.

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  2. SnowHearT

    I barely stop at your portrait no words 😢 to explain how beautiful it is. But as I look it harder deeper it has a real meaning that persuades on our life. That every lines you put in their symboling that life has own path to go through to create herself/himself as the best version according to the will of God and willingness to make it greater with God.

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      1. Saumya Agrawal

        Yeah nothing is perfect, but you’re damn good. I don’t think I have the patience to make my art that good :P. I’ll have to hunt it. It might have ended up in the bin. I just didn’t bother to kNow where it is as it was too messy πŸ™ˆ

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  3. Stine Writing

    How long does something like this take? I zentangle, which is similar to your drawings, if not the same. Do you use a ruler to get such straight lines? Whenever I try to freehand anything like a circle it comes out closer to a rounded rectangle!

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    1. A Curious Mind πŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™€οΈ

      Thankyou for the compliment! It does not take long actually if you get the hang of it. It took me a day to complete this.

      In this drawing:

      Octagon inside a circle:
      I first drew a circle using the compass
      Then, marked the center of the circle and drew 4 center lines using a scale, horizontal , vertical and two criss cross.
      this gave me 8 points on the perimeter of the circle, which i joined using a scale to make an octagon.

      Once the skeleton is ready, it’s your play field πŸ™‚ Draw whatever you want. I chose these 3D looking structure, everything free hand.

      Also, it isn’t flawless, if you look closely, my lines are also not perfect, some places they are thin, some places they are thick. In the end, Imperfection is also an art!:)

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