A Day in the Life of Bedrest

Doodle of a tray with a glass, plate and some food items

Relapses I often know how crummy (ie. Payback, Setback or Relapse written in order of likely duration) the MEcfs is becoming when I have vivid dreams involving rapidly rising water and blocked routes. No not blocked drains and not a dripping tap, or a glass of refreshing sparkling. I'm talking about floods. Perhaps that is … Continue reading A Day in the Life of Bedrest

Landscapes And Water

A doodle of a glacial mountain with greenery. By hopeadoodledo

I am so enjoying doodling. You noticed! Hehehe! It's just so relaxing. A great way to unwind and distract the mind. Ooh that rhymes. I had tried to emulate some styles I have seen on Instagram and admire, which are very much shades off mocca, neutrals and pinks. But after drawing our goldfish, you can … Continue reading Landscapes And Water

More Experiments in Drawing Glass

A doodle of a goldfish bowl. By hopeadoodledo

Helloooooo from doodle Central. Brought to you by PicsArt Color I am still on the glass doodling venture. I'm not sure why, it's just so appealing. So I have done a little more. A glass bowl So, the glass bowl. It does look like the top rim has been dipped in snow, sugar or salt. … Continue reading More Experiments in Drawing Glass

Drawing a Vase

I've been wanting to try and 'master' the impression of transparency on a doodle. And I think I may have done it. Woohoo!! But after a few attempts. The images below were created on PicsArt Color. I think of the three Apps I mentioned in my piece Digital Doodling for Beginners, PicsArt Color is probably … Continue reading Drawing a Vase

Digital Doodling for Beginners

A flower doodle

Are you a paper and pencil doodler? I have been, but more on lists to be honest. So they are never that pretty. But I used to paint on paper and furniture, a long with enjoying calligraphy too. I can still recall the pungent aroma of wood knots treatment, but for the life of me … Continue reading Digital Doodling for Beginners