Remember your mother screaming when you went about scribbling on the walls with your new crayons ??


Doodling is Basically about scribbling patterns that can be called as Art.Doodles are simple drawings that can have concrete representational meaning or may be just an abstract is just the game of your creativity and brain.All you need to do is search of patterns and cartoons  in your mind ,whenever you think of shape or an object try to fit in those patterns or is all depends on your interest & love for the subject and whenever you get the flair,you yourself willfing doodling.maybe at the top of margins,on scraps of paper and may be while jotting down notes,while some of us recognize that we doodle almost all of us do this without realizing it -in meetings,while speaking on phone,on the sand when sitting on the beach and at several other is an automatic un-concious response when we may be busy (or bored) but not otherwise active.

Many forms of formal doodling exist -some refer to a certain type of patterns as Zentangle,mandala drawings and so many other names.but all of them can be grouped together and referred to as ”Doodle Art”.

The way to doodle is to  just doodle. the foundation to doodling is to not to think ,just draw.your subconscious mind and imagination will take over.

What makes Doodling so fun ?

♥ I personally love to doodle in pencil .

♥ Drawing in basic shapes.

♥ scribbling might sometime end up as a art.

♥ putting your thoughts inside out.

♥ Doodling doesn’t need a lot of essentials, just a pen or pencil do wonders.

♥ how about starting with your name ? yes most of have the habit of writing our own names even when we tried Practicing our signs. remember scribbling in desks and tables when we are schooling ?

Everything we did as fun was an ART !

10 Easy Pictures to Draw for Beginners

One of the most common complaints among new artists? “I can’t draw a straight line.”

But why would anyone waste their time trying to draw a straight line when there are so many other interesting and easy pictures to draw?

  1. Food

Food is a fantastic subject matter for artwork: It’s universal, recognizable, appealing and, best of all, it will stay still if you want it to pose for you. Drawing food will also educate you on shapes and spatial relationships.

  1. Faces and expressions

Drawing an entire character might seem daunting, but you can get your feet wet by exploring faces and expressions. After just a little practice, you’ll be amazed at the variety of emotion that you can convey with simple lines and subtle variations on placement and angle of eyes, brows and lips.

  1. Trees


Even if you’re a beginner, trees are a cinch. It’s hard to go wrong because there are so many types of trees and so many ways to portray trees that are recognizable. Whether it’s a simplified triangle turned into a Christmas tree or a cloud-like puff atop simple linear trunks, trees are accessible to artists at any level.

  1. Flowers


Flowers are one of the most gratifying things to draw, because they are instantly recognizable regardless of whether your style is detailed and realistic or cartoonish and bubbly. Their non-linear, organic shapes also make them a very forgiving subject matter if you’re not completely confident in your skills yet.

  1. Cartoon animals


Cartoon animals are extremely easy to draw because you’re reducing an animal to the bare minimum of lines. You typically need just a few lines to create an adorable character. The simplicity allows you a chance to add adorable expressions, which results in coo-worthy cute creatures.

  1. Buildings or architectural structures

Buildings and simple architectural structures are a great way to get started with drawing. Even complicated structures will usually have an element of symmetry and repetition in shapes or patterns; it’s just a matter of being patient enough to render them yourself. If adding perspective has you stumped, make it easier by using tracing paper — it’s not cheating at all. You’ll be amazed by the impressive structures you can render by simply following the “blueprint” of an architectural form!

  1. Leaves


Leaves are an easy and rewarding subject matter for drawing. Simple cartoon-style line drawings of leaves are about as easy as sketching basic shapes; even a newbie artist can master simple leaf shapes in a short period of time. The recognizable shapes of leaves can then be filled in creatively.

  1. Paisley designs 


At first glance, paisley might seem like an impossibly complicated design to draw, better suited for advanced artists than newbies. However, this couldn’t be further from the truth. Paisley starts as a simple comma-like shape and then can be built into an intricate, impressive design in minutes.

  1. Mandalas


Does creating beautiful art while soothing stress at the same time sound like your idea of heaven? Mandalas are just the subject matter for you. While the finished mandala may look intricate and difficult to draw, it starts with drawing (or tracing!) a circle. From there, you divide the circle into quadrants and create symmetrical designs within the sections. The resulting piece is stunning, and as a benefit, mandalas are proven to aid in relaxation and stress reduction, so you’ll create great art and while unwinding.

  1. Designer doodles

Doodle drawing might be one of the easiest possible ways to draw a picture. The fact that it is such a free-form method of drawing also takes away any fear of failure: doodling is the place where you can do no artistic wrong. Everyone can doodle, whether it’s rows of hearts and stars, or more involved scenes or shapes. Not sure how to get started with doodling? this  post offers some inspiration and different approaches to doodling that can enhance your drawing skills.

So here is the quick video to learn the basic pattern of Doodle !


Happy Scribbling ! 😀