Rangoli Tracing – Pattern – The various set of patterns that can be made using these sieves.
Rangoli Tracing – Pattern – Pattern made with a circular sieve with two colors.
Rangoli Tracing – Pattern – Pattern made by superimposing two circular sieve and three colors.
Rangoli Tracing - Square Traces – Sieves are also available in square shapes.
Rangoli Tracing - Circular Traces – Various patterns can be obtained in those circular sieves.
Rangoli Tracing - Rolling Traces – Color can be filled in those sieves and rolled to get certain pattern.
Rangoli Tracing - Colors –The various rangoli colors can be easily obtained from shop.
Rangoli Tracing - Sprinkling Colors – Color can be first sprinkled using special containers.
Rangoli Tracing - Sprinkling on a white base – Before sprinkling the actual color a thick base with white rangoli makes it look better.
Rangoli Tracing - Superimpose the Traces –Two sieves can be put one above other to get a new pattern.
Rangoli Tracing - Spreading the colors – The colors can be later spread for uniformity using hands.
Rangoli Tracing - Holding the sprinkler – The artist sprinkling the color on the sieve.
Rangoli is a traditional form of art piece done on the floors of Indian houses using colored powder. Nowadays this can also be made in an easier way using these modern day sieves. These sieves can be obtained in different shapes and with different patterns. Two patterns can also be used together to get a new combination of pattern.
To draw a rangoli using one of these sieves, one has to first make a base of background color using a plane sieve. Once a base is ready one can now use a different patterned sieve with a different color to form a rangoli pattern.