Pretty self explanatory. Not much to say except that most doodles are done whilst on the phone. Haven’t really thought about parrallels between what the doodle is in relation to the subject matter of the phone conversation… maybe from now on I will!!
Oh – I can’t believe you do tendrils! They’re my favourite! I actually did an entire A3 page of them one day. Well done! 🙂
Hey Dianne, yes I do like tendrils… and am going to incorporate them more in future, I think 🙂
I think as artists we underestimate the power of our doodles. Not as works of art in and of themselves, but I think the shapes we draw subconsciously in response to mood (or as you hypothesise in response to the content of a phone conversation) reveals a lot about the types of imagery to which we are drawn and of which we may not be entirely aware. I have noticed that if I am put on hold for a long time I tend to start drawing angular, pointed doodles whereas when I talk to a friend they are much more languid. Not a big surprise really as when I am on hold I am usually swearing at the same time!
I am similar… when on hold to utility companies especially I tend to doodle repetitive 3d cubes connected everywhere!! 🙂