Here's something I started last semester as homework in my Drawing II class. From time to time I've added to it, and I did a little more today. It's a piece of drawing paper 18" x 24" (you only see half of it in this photo) we were given and told to doodle upon throughout the semester. When I complained that it was difficult to doodle in the middle of a sheet of paper that large, the instructor said we could fold it if we liked. So I folded my sheet into the one-page book structure that was the subject of my January 1 post. Which is why you can only see half of it.

7 Replies to “Doodling”

  1. You are just a great doodler and I like how much you are blogging these days…you are off to a great bloggin’ start to the year!

  2. I agree – this is great! You’ve inspired me – I’m going to give it a try.

  3. Thanks for the comments. I became rather addicted to it over the last semester, once I got well along on it.

  4. I really like it. Love all the lines and everything! I wish you didn’t have to fold it, I would love to see the whole piece!

  5. Tammy, I don’t actually *have* to fold it. It will still open up to one big sheet (with a slit in the middle). I like that about that book structure.

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