Dotted ikolam. 15 to 1 straight dots. The letters got scattered to form this design.
In this the ezhai starts and ends in the same place, dot count is 15, 13 (2lines), 9 (2 lines), 5 (2 lines) and one.
Here is the animated version of this kolam: http://ikolam.com/node/10988
This is a dotted kolam with wet rice batter(white and red) 5 squares with 4 dots on all sides with 5 hexagons and rounds to make this design, and red kaavi outline to decorate.
This is one of my free hand drawing.I have used sketch pens and glitter pens.I have drawn it on paper because my school has started and I have no time to draw on the floor.Hope you like it!
This kolam has no dots. Simple free hand design. By drawing coloured red outline,this can be put on festival days.
This is one of my creations.I have used sketch pens and glitter pens to draw and colour.I have no time to draw on the floor because my school has started.
This kolam has no dots. To keep symmetry, you may put 3 dots 3 lines (straight) to position the cross design. You can connect the cross design as per your imagination. Outer border of your choice will add the beauty.
No of dots : 15 to 8 inbetween dots .On each side(six sides) 5 and 2 inbetween dots.
Style: Strokes drawn around the dots
Medium used: wet rice batter, and color mixed in it.