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A Doodle A Day


#1
Lately i've been seeing a lot of great doodles, and after all doodles are as some may say our inner most creative thoughts coming to life. I've also seen a few illustrators doing a "doodle a day", so I thought we've got a good collection of illustrators here, why not give it a go on here. This is a project I've now set for myself so I will try my best to upload a doodle a day, so please feel free to contribute too!

So without further a do... here's one I doodled earlier, a sorta 70 something hippy (with small hands, yes I did realise that lol)

 
#2
I had to go to my son's friends birthday party before Christmas. I usually carry my little sketch book.
I doodled this and banged a bit colour in later. Maybe I'll work up later. I like the cowardly Knight character.:)
 

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#6
^^ Love that chicken spa one! :)

I started (with great intentions) a doodle a day project for Ambers (from here) website, didn't even manage to hit 200, fell so far behind on it :(
 
#7
thanks, ye I have a feeling I might struggle to keep it going but it would be nice to have a few volumes but that would mean a couple of years! Well any way here two from yesterday and today


 
#13
crikey its all starting to sound a bit northern here, caalm down caalm down

Thanks guys, I'm really enjoying this doodle a day thing, put your sketching to the test, rhino was the quickest at around 15 minutes, its great using a biro too because you have to get each mark right as you cant run it out
 

Wee Jimmy

Senior Member
#14
Was sat in the pub earlier and for once I remembered to take my sketchbook out with me :p



It's my 2012 mission to spend more time sat in pubs and coffee shops (although primarly pubs...) just doodling people :D
 
#15
good mission Jimmy, wish I could spend more time in pubs and coffee shops drawing people, but until that day arrives I shall have to do with doodling in the small amount of free time I have.
 

Wee Jimmy

Senior Member
#16
BenJonesDesign said:
good mission Jimmy, wish I could spend more time in pubs and coffee shops drawing people, but until that day arrives I shall have to do with doodling in the small amount of free time I have.
I get very little time aswell, but I spend most of it sat in the house relaxing my aching muscles :p so now i'm going to actually draw people in the flesh rather than through references and imagination
 

Jimlad

Well-Known Member
#18
My time in pubs is rarely (if ever) dedicated to doodling people... Though it's an interesting thought. I have doodled people in train stations, to much more potentially varied effect. Have you ever people-watched in a train station? You get all sorts.