The fine art of doodling

Even if you can't draw, do a little doodle or rip an illustration from a magazine – these visuals will help bring your idea to life.

John Emmerling

Doodle from business trip

DOODLING

the dictionary calls doodling as scribbling aimlessly.But to me it is as natural as breathing! Of course I leave behind these things everywhere it is a bit embarrassing to explain it.

The psychiatrist Dr.Burns explains it so beautifully, and he claims they are meaningful.

I love making pictures of the sunset, stars,Benzene rings, and starting with a nine sided goemetric figures, i go on deleting one angle until I reach a line and point. some reason this particular doodle gives me a great sense of satisfaction.

The famous scout boy face using numbers 1 -10 when an annoying male teacher is teaching but this is rare.

For me it is a way to dip into the unconscious at will! Particularly the Benzene ring, it tends to provide answers when I am stuck.

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