Just Doodle!

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A different sort of video today, this one’s mine – I’ll try this again sometime but for now I think it’s fun! ! I can’t figure out what sort of music to put with it. Something calming? (which is how these random doodles make me feel) or something quick? (which goes with the sped up version of the doodle), or something else? I don’t have much of an ear for music!

I started a new sketchbook yesterday and on the spur of the moment decided it would become my Doodle a Day book. So this is my second day. I’ve already had to change my ‘Daily Photo’ blog to ‘(mostly) Daily Photo’, so I’ll have to see how I get on, I can already foresee mad 2am-lost-sleep-doodles!

My camera’s card filled up before I was finished (and without me realising), so it doesn’t get all the way to the end. This is how it ended up

This was yesterday’s doodle

Train doodling

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Some doodling from last week

Mindless doodles to fill the journey

Some time it will occur to me to doodle something useful!

Packed in like sardines, or just a red herring? (at least this was OF something!)

Doodling

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Today project boss man inferred I should practice drawing with a pen and making more expressive strokes. Should I meekly agree that I’m not very practiced at it, or show him my weekend’s train journey endeavors?

I HAVE doodled with a pen recently! Though I suspect showing this page of my sketch book would raise more eyebrows than it's worth! I'll just continue to nod and agree my drawings skills aren't up to scratch yet.

Zendoodles, Zentangles

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Sometimes I wonder what my doodles say about me.

They are probably not far wrong.

I’ve enjoyed drawing these doodles over the past few weeks, each square on the accordion folded piece of paper took 3 or 4 days, I just worked on a little area each time I needed a break from the tangles of my uni work. I think they helped.

Key Fob Mantra

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My double sided key fob:

My little mantra: "Everything's always OK in the end. If it's not OK, then it's not the end", and a reminder to self: "Don't lose heart, don't lose sleep, put fun in wherever I can"