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 →
For a school project, I need to know your opinion about green products. It would help me a lot if you'd take a couple of minutes to fill in this survey: https://surveyhero.com/c/7f97fcb Thank you so much! -M.
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.
Mischief is sketching, drawing & painting software. Key features are the infinite canvas and the 'window opacity' option. This tool is great for sketching an existing object, to iterate, to sketch while watching your favourite series.... The free version has all of the essential tools, but you can also buy the full experience for just... Continue Reading →
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.
Hi everyone! I made some sketches with ideas for a logo, and I thought I'd get the most feedback on here. So please, tell me what you think!? These are just sketches, once you guys choose one I'll redraw the logo (paper or digital) with your ideas and improvements in mind. Thanks for your feedback! ... Continue Reading →
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 →