Rangoli: Navarathri special Rangoli
Created by jayamohan on 2012-10-18,

Can Chotta Bheem do it?

Rangoli: Cartoons in knots :-)
Created by jkmrao on 2011-04-20,

Whenever one string or two strings meet, it is called a cross-over. For a given number of cross-overs, several knots are possible. For example, if the number of cross-overs is seven, there will be seven unique knots. As the number of cross-overs increases, the number of knots increases enormously. Normally, we take the string straight as you would have observed in many of my patterns. The string need not always be straight. I have made a cartoon-like figure with one of the seven cross-over patterns (inset). I joined four of these to get a bigger pattern. This has only one string. To an extent, Simpsons inspired me in this work. Enjoy!

Regards! - mOhana

Rangoli: My first drawing on MS Paint
Created by judelined on 2009-03-16,

The day I got a new colour monitor (1999) I was tempted to draw and colour something so I used MS Paint and drew this cartoon of Mr & Mrs Mouse having dinner at a restaurant... I was so happy with the outcome and I'm glad that i was able to copy and preserve it... now I can share it with my ikolam friends too....

Again thanks to Lata for this wonderful website....

Rangoli: Micky Mouse
This rangoli was published on 2008-11-14.