Mandala’s all the way

Recently I discovered this site Mandala Creator where you can make your own mandala's. To be honest, my doodle challenge isn't going that well (read: still not drawing a lot) but this site looks soooooo fun! Still figuring out how it works, though the tools are quite easy,. Here are some of the things I... Continue Reading →

Doodle challenge #002

A project I'm currently working on, what do you think? Really, any interpretation or feedback is welcome! - M Made in Autodesk SketchBook with a wacom intuos pro. Here you can find more about this challenge, and here you can see doodle #001.

Doodle challenge #001

This is my favorite doodle of last week. The best part of organic drawings: you can't mess up a line! I explain here what this doodle challenge is about.  

Getting Creative – Doodle challenge

Start to draw! If you're like me, you love drawing but you just don't make time for it. Well I think I found a way: Doodling. 'A doodle is a drawing made while a person's attention is otherwise occupied. Doodles are simple drawings that can have concrete representational meaning or may just be composed of... Continue Reading →


I know what you're thinking: 'What the heck is oyumaru?' Well, you've come to the right place! Oyumaru is a Japanese molding compound, used to make or copy little objects. Sounds fun right?  So, I bought these small reusable oyumaru-sticks. I think the small packages were €1,25, quite cheap for a small experiment. In room... Continue Reading →

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