I'm still figuring out exactly what I want to do with these doodles and where I want to take them. It's sometimes difficult to come up with a word to visualise, so suggestions are very welcome!
I'm proud of the fact that I've managed a doodle a day every day so far (my aim is to have created 365 by the end of the year). If you scroll through the archives you'll see that I've covered all sorts of ground, taking inspiration from large events like Lleyton Hewitt's opening round win in the Australian Open, or the Australia Day celebrations, through to the personal and mundane, like
my cat sleeping on the couch! I've explored type empathy, emotions, abstract concepts and more. Who knows—maybe there could be enough to create a book at the end of it all?
As an added bonus, I also publish an "instant replay" of each doodle, so you can watch my thought processes as the doodle comes together (one of the benefits of using a tablet computer to create the illustrations). This sometimes includes random sketches before hitting upon an idea. There are a few surprises if you watch carefully!
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