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    Wednesday
    Jan122011

    Design-a-Doodle #2

    Time for another episode of Design-A-Doodle.

    In Part #1, I made a pattern from a photo of tables at a cafe. If you want to play along, grab a camera and go on a treasure hunt. Take a photo of something with interesting lines. A bowl of grapes, a ceramic owl, an iron gate. You'll need a pencil, paper and your photo. You can work in front of your computer, or print it in B&W. We want to come up with something simple, something that can be drawn with a pen or marker, in B&W, that looks nice repeated.

    A shot of one of the wooden timbers that holds up our pergola.

    In photoshop, I cropped, sharpened, and enhanced with indigoes...

    I've already started using these designs in my chaotic doodles! Instant gratification.

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    Reader Comments (4)

    I am really LOVING this series!! Lots of inspiration from the woodgrain alone!! You're good :D

    01.12.2011 | Unregistered CommenterEden

    Thank you so much. I love to photo in close, just didn't know what to do w/them. Now make oodles of doodles, I can't wait.

    01.12.2011 | Unregistered CommenterSues Scott

    you draw so so well.. wow!

    01.12.2011 | Unregistered Commenterbonnierose

    This is a great idea for finding new shapes and practising pen work. Thanks for the tip/idea!

    Kat X

    01.13.2011 | Unregistered CommenterKatina Wright

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