Doodle Challenge Day 11

Today’s doodle mixes pencil and ink on mixed media paper. I shaded the butterfly with a No. 2 pencil. The outlines and lettering were done with a .08 micro liner. The pink background was done with a Dollar Tree gel pen. It is no surprise that I call this doodle Fly Free.

I hope you are all well and enjoying doodling.

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Doodle Challenge Day 10

I don’t know if it is still popular but a few years ago hand lettered sayings on book pages were a big think. I always liked how they looked. I thought I might try a doodle on a book page.

Today’s doodle is a Celtic lot on a book about Celtic lore. This one was a challenge due to how intertwined the knot is.

What would you like to see drawn on a book page? Maybe you would like to do a book page doodle and share it with us? I hope you do.

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Doodle Challenge Day 9

You do not need expensive or special tools to doodle. This doodle is done with a regular No. 2 pencil on a post-it note. It is a 3D twisty heart that I call Love in 3D.

In the past I have been known to doodle on my desk calendar, my arm, and even my pant leg.

Where have you doodled? What simple tools have you used? Share your story.

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Doodle Challenge Day 8

For today’s doodle I tried a technique I saw on Pinterest. Using torn paper to make the outlines of mountains. I added some water, a rocky beach and some palm trees. I enjoyed making this one.

What kind of doodle will tomorrow bring? If you have a suggestion, I’d love to hear it. Write it in the comments. Happy doodling.

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Doodle Challenge -Day 6

Connections Day 6

Today’s doodle is simple, yet profound. I call it Connections. We have so many connections. Family, friends, co-workers, grocery store checkers, mail delivery people -how many people do we connect with daily? Sadly, it is less due to Covid.

Think of your connections and create a doodle that expresses that connection.. I hope you will share it with us.

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