I was really inspired and impressed by Tom Judd’s drawings at 50up. He does kind of a diary where he totally fills a page each day with his drawings, doodles, text and the date in big letters. They are just amazing! Here is just one of them:
I filled one page in my note pad at school (it was a very boring class) with doodles, and when I came home I coloured them with my pens. I didn’t use watercolours, and the drawing are not very similar to Judd’s drawings at all – but that’s where I got my inspiration anyways. It came out like a rainbow, crazy but happy.
My doodle makes me smile, and I wanna make lots more of these. I draw a lot in my notes at school, just for fun.
To create this was just a fun little moment in time – to colour this page and see what would happen with the composition.
I decided to add the doodle page to my art journal, to keep it safe.
It turned out like this:
This is the last spread of my second Art Journal. I can’t believe I’ve already filled two whole sketchbooks of art (!). Time flies, right?
I’ve got a similar one with a white/cream coloured cover to start in soon, but I haven’t had the time yet. Today I’m writing an article about scrap booking.
On the right of the spread you can see a little scrap of the stretch fabric I bought last week. Isn’t it beautiful?
I think it will look very nice with my new jeans when I make a sweater out of it, but I haven’t got a pattern yet. I’m thinking I might draw a pattern from a loved sweater I already own. We’ll see. Writing first, sewing later.
Sew you later…
Take care and thanks for all your wonderful comments this past week!
Your drawings are so much fun and so colorful too. I really love that fabric scrap. The colors are amazing! It sure would look wonderful with jeans!!
Oh wow, Hanna! Great colorful doodles! I think you have to visit the boring class a lot! I want to see more of this!!! Cheers me up! Wow!
Kind of remind me of
Hi, I am an italian painter.
I think that your sketches are interesting…your blog is fun and colored, I like see it.
I have just start a sperimental project of -swap art-
let me know if you want to exhibit something of yours there.