I want to extend a special thank you to those of you who have been kind enough to take the time to leave comments over the past few weeks in support my new sewing patterns! Who doesn’t love getting comments, right?! (and I love to leave them) It makes my day to receive your friendship and encouragement for my new adventures.
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I have been doing a lot painting this semester with acrylics for my Color Theory class, so it felt great to get my beloved watercolors out last weekend to work on a flower doodle in my sketchbook. I was full of inspiration after spending a day at the botanical gardens. The best part was that it was a no-pressure page, no due date, no project parameters set by someone else.
I love how this turned out because it feels like my style, so I definitely want to do more pages like this. I also want to doodle more. It’s such a great process to work out solutions to ideas that might be stuck in my head. Thanks for stopping by!
10 thoughts on “Sketchbook Page: Flower Doodle”
Aimless drawing sounds fantastic!!
I really love how the border makes the flowers feel like they’re bursting off the page in a way that they wouldn’t if you hadn’t done the border. This is so springy and cheerful!
I agree with Amy…the border really sets it off! Pretty!
Love these flowers, Terri!!!! You have your own style 🙂
This makes me want to have a sketchbook too. After my exams.. I guess. CAN’T WAIT.
(I’m so busy with my revisions and my exams at the moment)
Fab doodling. I started doodling in my style and find it very therapeutic. The best part is no extra special equipment required. Keep up the surperb work.
The flowers are gorgeous…it must be so therapeutic to paint…like sewing probably?!
Hi Terri! It’s beautiful! How about fabric?! x Teje
Just so fresh, I would be getting this laminated and turning it into a placemat. I know it probably not big enough, but that is what I would do…
I love your cheery doodle. So colorful. Beautiful!
It is TOTALLY you in design and color. I really love, love, love this piece!