Doodling My Way Through Isolation

I’ve mentioned before that I’ve been doing a lot of doodling, trying ideas and approaches.  I’ve also mentioned that most of these “great works” have found their way to the garbage can, mostly because I’ve been grabbing any old piece of paper on which to doodle.

In explaining my process I started to feel silly about it.  Why not centralize the paper choosing, setting up a sketchbook for that purpose.  I did just that.  I have a SM-LT “watercolor #authenticbook” which is a very nice, softcover sketchbook with a dozen sheets of 10×7 paper.  I like it a lot and I’d like to get another one if I ever get to go back to Montreal where I got this one.

All that is to say here are some doodles from the past 3-4 days.

I’m still doing my daily walk sketches but it’s still not warm enough here for extended drawing sessions.  Weather says it “feels like” 1C right now and I believe it.  I did notice that the trees are showing bud break, though, so maybe they know something the weatherman doesn’t.  Hope so.

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  1. Tina Koyama says:

    Brrr… is it still that cold there? Over the weekend, we suddenly got summer… 80 F at my house, even hotter elsewhere in the region! I’d settle for something in between.

    • ..that 1C temperature was yesterday. Right now it’s 0C outside and we got a little bit of snow this morning. The weather news in Canada right now is that the west is getting mid-summer temps (like you’re getting) and the east is still mired in..well… cold. If the weather gurus are correct, however, it does look like things are going to warm up starting tomorrow. Sure hope so.