I love each and every one of you for sharing links to my drawings all over the internet! It’s a great compliment to see some of my work repinned 60,000+ times. 😲 I don’t take that lightly. I wouldn’t have the followers I do without your help. 🤟🏻❤️

Please understand, however, that taking images from my site to post on your own website or to print for coloring is theft. 😠 I have books you can purchase for that. If all of the illegal copies that have been made were purchased instead, I would be able to make a living off of my art, something I absolutely love.

I’ve had so many bad experiences with my artwork being stolen (I’m flattered but annoyed) that I’m now going to ridiculous lengths to protect it. I’m often inserting electronic drawings into “scenes” to make them more difficult to copy. It’s time-consuming and I hate it. People suck.

Don’t suck. I really want to like you.

How’s the weather where you are? I think it’s finally warming up here. ❤

 

2018-04-22 winter in april kaleidoscope mandala doodle art by Heidi Denney

 

Dreaming of hot summer days non-stop for at least 3 days.

suzanna doodle art by Heidi Denney

 

This drawing can be found on Amazon ($9.95):

Adult coloring book

 

Because it kind of looks like one. At least a weirdo in the floral world.

weirdo doodle art by Heidi Denney

 

This drawing can be found on Amazon ($9.95):

Adult coloring book

 

So…remember how that one time I mentioned that I name my drawings around whatever is happening at the time I draw them? Well…I worked so long on the coloring book, holding off publishing drawings just for that, that I can’t remember anything about what was going on. Hence the boring titles. >___>

forest dream doodle art by Heidi Denney

 

This drawing can be found on Amazon ($9.95):

Adult coloring book

 

Yup. More flowers. They’re just so…curvy. I like ’em.

flower garden doodle art by Heidi Denney

 

This drawing can be found on Amazon ($9.95):

Adult coloring book

 

Recently, I got into digital art. It’s taking some time to get used to drawing on a slippery screen with a slippery pen and dealing with software glitches and whatnot. But I’m liking it. Especially the kaleidoscope feature where I draw one part and it repeats in all the others.

You might be wondering why I’m not calling this a mandala.

Mandala definition

  1. I’m not Hindu or Buddhist.
  2. My software calls it a kaleidoscope.
  3. I’m contrary. I hate following trends. >___>

Anyway…here’s my first kaleidoscope doodle. ^_____________^

Adornment kaleidiscope doodle art by Heidi Denney