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I am painting a 24 x 36 picture of a Theatre that was here is 1932. I am using Acrylic paints. All I have to go by is a black and white photo. I am also adding the street cars and autos of that era. I do my doodling on canvas. It should be done by September 27th for the museum show. I'll pass on the colored pencils. I do have several sketch books though. :-)
I fear that I am not inspired by Doodles.
Sorry, don't see me doing this...I doodle on scraps of paper and there is no room on my dest for a sketch pad...But it does help me think.
Will leave the profession and work as an artist. Artists life is harder than realtors.
I am not "artisitic" at all, but I decided to take up drawing and painting last winter. I learned so much. I am still not a good artist, but it has certainly given me a new perspective on the way I look at objects and nature.
I doodle all the time but cannot make a square or other objects to look like they are supposed to; it helps fill up the empty space on a piece of paper before recycling.
Sometimes I do, but not anything special.
Not for me.
Adult coloring books have become extremely popular and are suppose to be calming and good for the brain.
Good find! I know many who are inspired by drawing while they work. For those who don't like drawing- have you tried personal writing? It's pretty close in creativity and sometimes when you start you find it hard to stop!
I don't doodle, never have... probably not ever likely to. But I'm regularly inspired without it!
I accept your challenge.
Good Saturday morning Jack. Yes. I do.
I've always doodled. Not artsy, but wordy. I always do it in conversations on the phone.