Archive for the ‘doodling’ Category

DOODLE PROJECT: What?- Page 3

September 26, 2016

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No dialogue in a speech bubble this time… but does there really need to be?

DOODLE PROJECT: What?- Page 2

September 22, 2016

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Never….NEVER… sneak up behind a doodle.

A Self-Assigned Doodle Project with a Purpose: Variations on “What?”

September 20, 2016

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I’ve never actually done this, so you’re witnessing awkward doodling history here. I have decided to assign myself the task of filling up a small notebook with doodles all based around a single central theme.

I chose “what?”.

So I’m going to make myself rein in the random a bit (although not too much) and focus on that one word as my initial inspiration. I’ll be posting them as I go. Some may be obvious, and some you might have to look at for a moment to see the tie-in. But it’ll be there…. honest.

Once the notebook is filled, I’m looking into ways to auction off the finished piece, with the proceeds going towards building a fund to buy our church a new passenger van. (Believe me, they need it. The one we have now is held together with dirt and prayer!) I know it won’t bring in a lot, but- hey- it’s a start.

And I want you guys to keep me honest. If you notice I haven’t posted at least one a week, you have my permission to give me tons of grief.

Sooo…..off we go!

 

MEETING DOODLES: Seerusly?

September 15, 2016

I’m especially liking the little dark creatures at the bottom center of the second doodle page. They just look so confused about where they are.

CONFERENCE DOODLES: A Plethora of Penned Preposterous Poppycock

September 12, 2016

 

Tiny doodle books beget tiny doodles. (From the Circles 2016 conference)

CONFERENCE DOODLE: Circles, Grapevines, and a Texas-sized “Yeeeehaw!!!”

September 7, 2016

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Attending the Circles Conference in Grapevine, Texas, for work, and they gave me a doodle pad.

A. Doodle. Pad.

Let the sheer joy and beauty of that statement sink in, fellow doodlers.

MEETING DOODLE: Battle Granny Blitzkrieg!

June 21, 2016

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Frank knew that, with the acquisition of a fully-armored Battle Granny, his plans for world domination would soon come to fruition.

NOT DOODLES (Well…maybe one): Portraits, Sea storms, and a Doodle Grows Up.

June 21, 2016

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Stepping out on faith_SMALL

 

Some of my recent pieces. The top three are contributor portraits for the September-October 2016 issue of In Touch magazine. The storm scene is for the second volume of children’s stories which will be published this Fall. The cartoony dude was a doodle that got out of control and became a full-blown illustration.

All images (except for the “stepping out on faith” doodle) are copyrighted ©In Touch Ministries, and used by permission. 

MEETING DOODLE: Snobby Bob, feelin’ snobby.

May 11, 2016

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Aloof doodles can be sooooo uppity sometimes.

DOODLE: My childhood was Moebius-ified

March 11, 2016

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I’m thinking it’s pretty much useless for me to try and deny that frequent and prolonged exposure to the art of Moebius during my formative years had a strong influence on me. He is constantly sneaking his way into my doodlage.