I guess I was in a morose mood during class today. All the doodles I made had something to do with time. The tree and owl one were instances of time having ended for someone. The hourglass showed time slipping away.
On the bright side, the old tree drawing is the best one I have ever drawn!
I love looking at mandalas, but haven’t managed to create a good one myself. Recently, I found templates that help you divide your paper into symmetrical areas. Most of these templates you either print with faint colors so you can draw over them. Or you print them with bold lines and place your drawing sheet on top of the template. Continue reading Drawing on Graph Paper
Here’s another picture from doodling to stay awake in class.
Instead of stacking geometric shapes, I decided to try drawing what I see. The scale isn’t quite right, so I definitely need to work at that. Also, sorry Professor, didn’t mean to make you have a mullet. At least the frequent glancing between the front of the room and the paper made me appear to be attentive.
About a month has passed since the start of the semester. I’d like to say I have been studious and paid attention at all times, but then I’d be lying. Continue reading Lectures and Doodling
Ignore the demonic-looking Pikachu and check out the best Poke Ball I have ever drawn.
Don’t know how I managed it, but this is the best ‘G’ I have ever drawn.
Ah, the wonders of YouTube. You start one particular video and slowly find yourself in something completely unrelated, but still just as enjoyable. This is what happened to me last week when I realized I had gone from watching a math video to a lyric video of Touch the Sky by Julie Fowlis and used in the Disney movie, Brave. Continue reading Touch the Fireworks