I would hardly call myself an artist in that sense; I doodle, I draw, I'm not a trained artist, I couldn't sit down and do an accurate portrait of anyone.
- Rene Auberjonois
This quote. This caught my attention and explains my existence in 'artosphere'.
And then, I embark on a doodle journey. Doodling away inspired by everyday objects and occurrences. I have hit a rut as far as the creative escapades are concerned. While I do have a couple of art projects lined up for the 2016, here is a sneak peak into the Doodle Challenge I completed last year.
- So, the doodles begin with french marvel at Pondicherry. That's me you see holding up my work of art.
- The only hidden motifs are the ones on my bedspread. Inspired from Bombay Dyeing designs.
- Immortalised my pet fighter fish into a doodle. He is Bloo!
- Lazy doodling. Born at 25000 ft altitude.
- My favorite Fabbag pattern. Doodling at lunch time. The hunger shows in my impatience.
- 'We were never a bud and never will we be bloom. We will die, color faded and dust laden. Immortalise us forever' - They pleaded. I obliged.
- There is a always a pattern in the pattern.
- Who says learning languages can not be fun.
- They are gonna make faces at you no matter what. Just pucker your face up and stick your tongue out.
And then, the 10 day doodle challenge spilled over to 3 month. I loved every moment. Discovering the beauty concealed in everyday mundane objects.
By the way, does Yankee doodle have anything to do with doodling? (Wonders)