It is fun. What kind of pen did you use?
Thanks for your sweet comments. Your post cards from your swap are turning up on everyone’s blog posts, they are super as are your doodles above. xox Corrime
Lovely! I just love the immediacy of black and white doodles. They are graphic design, they are the coins of your imagination. They are delightful!
Looks like you had fun!
It is funny… I keep running across your blog from different places. I think the universe is telling me to stalk you. :)
Even though I love my handmade journals, I find that sometimes I doodle away on loose paper… maybe because there’s no pressure!?!
Thanks for commenting! Zom, I used my new favorites, the Pitt brush pens, S and M. I love those pens. I just listened to you interviewed by R?ce – how great to hear you talk about your painting process, learning new things and journaling (oh and the birds in the background!)! :-)
kimberlee, I love my blog reading stalkers, so feel welcome to browse around! ;-)
Linda, I think to me it is about format. Different format, size and brands of paper invites different kinds of expression. And it is good to change things up every now and then, try new things… These papers are BIG pads of drawing paper – great for experimenting and doodling. :-)
Ooh, I like QuinnCreative’s comment–“the coins of your imagination”–nice! I’m a big fan of the black-and-white doodle look. Hanna, I hope you’ll check out my blog post today–you inspired me to create something for my daughter with something that she drew. So, thank you for that!
Hahaahaaa… love it! Looks like a lot of fun :]
Oh, don’t you love seeing how each person doodles in their unique way? These are sweet! I don’t think I’ve seen much of your doodling before! I love doodling.
Thanks for sharing!
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