As an artform, doodling is often overlooked. After all, it’s a fun way to pass the time when you’re feeling bored and/or uninspired. Not to mention that it’s also an absolutely great tool for practicing your art too.
So, since I’ve been less inspired and enthusiastic than usual over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been doodling a lot more than usual… and some of my doodles have been a lot more elaborate than usual too.
And, well, I thought that I’d show off a couple of my best doodles today – along with another chance to see the doodle that I actually turned into a work of art a few days ago.
The interesting thing about doodles is that everyone has their own unique “style” when it comes to doodling. Some people doodle random lines, some people doodle random geometric shapes and, like me, some people’s doodles can end up being a little bit more surreal and artistic.
So, without any further ado, here are my three best doodles from the past couple of days. As usual, you can click on each of these pictures to see a larger version of them.
Yes, this little doodle actually turned into a vaguely “Commander Keen”-esque landscape. Does anyone else remember the old “Commander Keen” games?
THIS was what I doodled when I was trying to think of an idea for a proper article for today. If you look at the top corner of this picture, you can see a line of text I ended up deleting from the title graphic for yesterday’s article about censorship.
(“Temple” by C. A. Brown)
This was probably my most elaborate sketchbook doodle and I ended up digitally editing it and making it look more artistic.
Anyway, I hope that this was fun 🙂