Archive for December, 2016

As promised, I’ve put together some inspiring color schemes for the doodles in my 2017 Weekly Planner Doodle Art Coloring Book (available on Amazon for $9.50). If your colors are more limited than my palette, try blending pencils or simplifying the colors to basics—lavendar becomes purple, burgundy becomes red, etc. The resulting color scheme won’t always be as appealing, but experiment! These aren’t rules. They’re inspiration. ^____^

I present to you…January.

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Who’s with me?

A little post-op doodling. (Nothing serious.) I only realized after finishing it that I’d drawn on the skeletal page of the book and how fitting that was. ^____^

I call this one “Visitors” because I had house guests when I created it, but also because the end product reminded me a bit of a giant beanstalk with some sort of alien growth. ~____^

Visitors doodle art by Heidi Denney

 

The video is a combination of time lapse and real time. At the beginning of each new section, watch in real time to get a feel for the movement. Then enjoy the remainder in time lapse.

 

Do you love visitors as much as I do?!?! The more, the merrier.

 


2017 weekly planner doodle art coloring book by Heidi DenneyHave you ordered your 2017 Weekly Planner Doodle Art Coloring Book yet? Available on Amazon for $9.50. Stock up to gift everyone you know.

A weekly planner/journal and a year’s worth of coloring pages.

Available on Amazon for $9.50.

2017 weekly planner doodle art coloring book

 

Remember these doodles?

Dandy Doodle Art by Heidi DenneyPhoebe flowers by Heidi Denney.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


They’re both now being used in the chocolate decor atop and around European pastries at an international gourmet chocolate company.

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My drawings were scanned in and sent to a company that prints them with colored cocoa butter onto sheets of plastic. A mold is then laid over the plastic sheet, filled with chocolate and left to set. When the mold is removed, the disks of chocolate are left stuck to the sheet. As they’re pulled off, the cocoa butter design transfers to the chocolate disk. Pretty cool, right? 

 

I love line work. It’s so soothing and therapeutic. Check out these billowing wood grains or whatever. It’s like a tree gained a few pounds. >___>

On a more…er…normal note. I’m already ready for summer. Who’s with me?