Noodles in My Doodles

My fondest memories of drawing as a kid was doodling. It wasn’t sketching still life or painting landscapes, but rather drawing anything that popped into my head, all over the page until the whole thing was covered. I like to describe this type of drawing as a “visual sensory overload”. It’s also unique because it peeps into the inner thoughts of the mind. Everything you draw has a significance, whether it is symbolic or you just like the form and structure.

FALLDOODLE

This quick doodle was done over the summer. And even though I haven’t made a sensory overload drawing in years, there are still some common themes in my doodles. They always include 3 things: floating hands, skulls, and food. I wonder what that says about me. 😂

Keep calm and doodle on. (Or study if you have midterms like I do. In that case, good luck!)

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Julie

Currently a undergrad student at Queen's University, from Vancouver, BC. I am an aspiring health care professional with a passion for art and design! I also love all things anatomy and life science related. Never a dull moment here, just here to spread good vibes.

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