Square Medallions Video lesson or Ebook

If you think you cannot create art this intricate, then think again.
You too can learn how to create these STUNNING square medallions!

Square Medallions are like square mandalas, created starting from the center over graph paper

Are you a visual learner or a reader?
Now you can choose!


The video contains Captions

The ebook contains 47 pages with 156 step-by-step pictures

Square Medallions

You've seen thousands of round mandalas on the web -- now learn how to create a square version -- which is actually a lot easier, despite the complex results! 

Learn how to create stunning complex drawings you never imagined you could do. You'll be shocked at your own results!

Learn how to create SUPER dimensional square tiles

In this lesson you will learn:

  • How to prepare your own graph paper

  • How to understand the basics of a Square Medallion

  • Tricks and tips to create incredible intricacy

  • How to understand contrast and overlap

  • How to prepare a sampler with fillers, borders and interference shapes

  • How to work gradually to create incredible zenflow

  • How to avoid mistakes while drawing and shading

  • Different options and variations of borders

  • Different ways to end your Medallion

  • And so many tips and tricks!

Need To de-stress? Square Medallions can provide hours of relaxing Zen Flow


Supplies needed:

  • Hot-pressed watercolor paper tile 4x4 inches printed with grid (template provided in the lesson)

  • Black inking pen, my favorite is the Sakura Micron 01

  • Black colored pencil. My favorite is the Polychromos

  • No printer? Optionally use a small ruler and pencil to mark the grid

  • Optional: use a grid stencil to mark dotted grid. Find a 3.5 inch one here

  • Optional: create and print your own grid using one of these websites. Remember I do not endorse or own any of these, so caution when using:
    1) Gridzzly: super easy to use, my favorite.
    2) Incompetech: offers many different options and different selections. Careful with the ads and misleading green buttons.
    3) Printablepaper: huge selection of shapes, but doesn't offer option to customize the paper size.

Make your own template!

A really neat idea by Kerri. Mark your own dots on cardstock, tape it with packing transparent tape to make it sturdier and then punch the holes with a thick needle. Brilliant, thank you Kerri!

This lesson will work over any type of graph paper



Like a kaleidoscope of complex, interlocking shapes

The results are so intricate you'll be amazed

Templates and step by step PDF included with the video lesson


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