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Thursday, May 3, 2012

Doodle Progression

Just thought you might like to see how I start a doodle.  
There is no pre-planning.  No pencil sketch.  

If I make a boo boo, I work with it.  

This one was done in the car during my lunch break.  I worked on it for 3 days, I use to be able to 
start and finish one in my lunch break but not anymore, they've gotten much more detailed.  

It's really a great escape for me, I loose track of everything when I'm doodling and the satisfaction when I look at the piece brings me such pleasure.  You could say it makes be joyful.

Check out Meri's Musings for  Share the Joy Thursday.  Take a stress free break and visit Meri's site, I find it a breath of fresh air.  No challenges, no deadlines, just a chance to stop and smell the roses.  I needed that today after sitting in traffic for an hour and half this morning just to get to work.  

Thanks for visiting. Where do you find joy?

Hugs,

Cyndee





6 comments:

lee said...

thats a great doodle,

Barbara Shallue said...

So beautiful! My son used to doodle like that - I wonder if he still does? My morning walks bring me joy. Also music and dancing and playing my drums!

Janet said...

I always enjoy seeing the progression of art. Thanks for sharing your doodle technique. You make it seem so easy!

Becolorful said...

You seriously just keep getting better. I wish I could do this too. You have the talent my friend.
Happy Friday
pam

Shelley Whiting said...

That is an elegant and fascinating doodle. I love all the detail. Beautiful and nicely rendered work.

Cottage and Broome said...

Never a boo boo, you can always turn it in to something magical. Love this one! Laura

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