Posts Tagged ‘doodle’

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

 

My new coloring book is available on Amazon for $11.95 $9.95!

Adult coloring book

Stress Relief

Set aside your inhibitions and perfectionism. There are no rules here. Lose yourself in relaxing patterns and colors and let the world melt away around you.

What’s Inside?

Within this book, you’ll find 40 hand-drawn pen and ink illustrations by moi. More than half of the designs have never been published! Plus I’ve included a few of my most popular doodles. Scratch your creative itch whether you enjoy doodling, coloring, or decorating your home with unique artwork. Do all three in this Finish, Fill, & Frame It collection!

Adult coloring book pages preview

 

 

 

 

I’ve mentioned this before but it’s worth repeating. The finish work you do on your doodles is what makes it art. It’s subtle sometimes. Other times it’s drastic. But it’s important. It gives your lines dimension and makes them more solid. Check out this before and after. Then try it.

Just doodling with puppy by my side. I’ve needed her this week. Who else can’t live without their pet?

Doodle art drawing by Heidi Denney