I’ve been doodling more lately, practicing my drawing and filling up sketchbook pages. I get carried away when I start out with a theme, and then I end up filling up a page with some kind of crazy illustration or just capture ideas for future design projects. Once I get started, I never know where the story will take me. I’m also trying to be brave by doodling more with pens rather than graphite pencils (i.e. no erasing with pens).
Trees Over Cityscape
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6 thoughts on “Doodle Pages”
You are getting amazingly good at this! I’m super impressed that you are doing this in pen. 🙂
Thanks so much, Amy! It’s really hard for me to draw in pen because I’m not that confident in my drawing yet. It’s a good way to just dive in and have faith.
You would have fun at my house drawing fish from our saltwater tank!
I love your bandana drawings.
Thanks Sara. Oh yea, that would be fun to draw from your real life fish!
I find it hard to doodle. I get stressed out when I’m doing it. 🙂 I want it to be perfect.
I find it hard too! Just imagine only allowing yourself to doodle with a pen instead of a pencil = twice as hard. So I force myself. It’s easier and more fun when you have an idea for a theme or an image of an illustration or collage you could work on over a few days.