Here are the steps to draw a Brocket allover jaal sketch:
Materials you’ll need:
- Black marker
- Start by drawing a straight horizontal line across the paper to represent the bottom of the allover jaal.
- Draw a vertical line on one end of the horizontal line to represent the edge of the allover jaal.
- Draw a small, rectangular shape on the edge of the allover jaal, which will serve as the basic motif.
- Repeat the rectangular motif across the length of the allover jaal, spacing them evenly.
- Draw small leaves or other shapes around each motif to create a more intricate design.
- Draw small dots or circles within each motif to create texture.
- Once you have repeated the rectangular motif across the entire length of the allover jaal, draw a line with a wave-like pattern above the motifs to connect them.
- Draw another set of motifs above the first set, making sure they are spaced evenly and match the first set of motifs.
- Repeat step 8 until you have achieved the desired length of the allover jaal.
- Add intricate detailing to the motifs using small lines and curves.
- Use a black marker to trace over your pencil lines, making the allover jaal more defined.
- Erase any remaining pencil marks.