In order to fill up more sketchbooks, which is on my bucket list for 2015, I’m having fun coming up with new drawing prompts, so I’ve been trying to sketch A LOT more lately. One thing I’m doing is a monthly calendar, but instead of using it like a diary, I’m using it to do a daily doodle.
For the month of November, I went with a theme centered around things I see in my own neighborhood this time of year, birds and animals on the move, the harvest and gathering, and the quietness of nature.
As you can see, I like to fill in every single square (not just the days of that month), and I like to work ahead when the ideas are flowing. Stay tuned for my progress on the last month of the year!
Click here to see my October doodles
Click here to see my September doodles
Click here to see my August doodles
Click here to see my July doodles
Click here to see my June doodles
Click here to see my May doodles
Click here to see my April doodles
Click here to see my March doodles
Click here to see my February doodles
Click here to see my January doodles
6 thoughts on “From My Sketchbook: November Doodles Finished”
Love this idea! Especially about doodling more when you have the gumption to do it – no pressure to do it every day, just to fill up the page by the end of the month. Sounds about as low-pressure to complete as possible! 😀
Thanks so much, Jessica! It’s been a fun challenge for the year. Sometimes I just do a doodle a day; sometimes I work ahead a little, if I have a pocket-full of ideas. Very low pressure = more likely for me to finish it!
I love seeing your daily doodles. Especially since I can’t draw a thing.
Thanks so much! I never used to know how to draw anything until I want back to school. And I practice A LOT!