Mandala comes from the Sanskrit word meaning circle, and is an ever-evolving representation of the universe.
Traditionally mandalas are painted on paper, wood, stone, cloth or walls. Today, we're printing them with a new dimension. The detail of concentric circles and petals don't get lost in this print, with each blooming flower growing on top of the last.
Partnered with Fillamentum, we used their amazing PLA Extrafill for this print in Melon Yellow, Traffic Purple and Turquoise Blue. The contrast between all of these filament colors is absolutely stunning and is fitting for this floral design.
Printed with Palette 2: mosaicmfg.com
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