19 Jul Artful Doodles – A Creative Doodle Workshop
What is doodling?
The Many Benefits of Doodling
Doodling is healing and helps you to process your emotions and release the stress of life.
Doodling opens the door to your creativity. Some of the greatest and most creative minds in history were doodlers including Einstein, Da Vinci, and many past presidents
Doodling keeps you in the present moment. It slows you down and it becomes a form of mindfulness meditation. With doodling, you can access the flow state, which is a healing state where all your senses are being engaged and you lose track of time and leave all your worries behind.
Doodling helps you practice drawing and mark making. This can give you ideas to use in more advanced works of art. Doodling allows you to take risks and play with color and pattern in unexpected ways.
Learn to Doodle with watercolor, markers, paint and ink pens, and acrylic paints. This course has 7 fun, doodlicious projects that will set your imagination free! This self-paced video course has over 4 hours of prerecorded video content. Painting projects are filmed in real time so that you can paint along with me. Suitable for all levels, including beginners. Lifetime access.
Please note: To start, you don’t have to buy a lot of extra supplies, especially if you have a limited budget! All projects can be adapted to use watercolor or acrylic paint and black and white pens or markers. The supply list can be found and downloaded in Module 1, the free sample module.
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About the instructor:
Catherine L. Taylor is a mixed media and watercolor artist. She has been creating art since 2008. She has also been a life wellness coach and meditation teacher for 20 years and has been teaching online since 2008. You can see more of her art at catherineltaylor.com.
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Here is a Description of Each of our Projects:
Project 1 – Your Doodle Pattern Swatch Book
In this lesson, you will learn how to create and lay down doodles in a pattern swatch book. This creates a “doodle dictionary” that you can use as a reference guide in your future doodle projects. It’s also a fun, simple, and relaxing way to doodle!
Project 2 – Creating Circle Doodles
In this project, you will learn how to create circle doodles. These can be as simple or complex as you like. I will demonstrate how I build up a circle doodle and give you ideas about how to display them.
Project 3 – Making an Accordion Book to Display Your Circle Doodles
In this project, you will learn how to make an accordion style book. This is a great way to display all your circle doodles!
Project 4 – Watercolor Doodling
In this project, you will learn how to lay down watercolor and doodle on top of using using dots, dashes, circles, and other patterns. Note: If you don’t have watercolor, you can use thin washes of acrylic paint.
Project 5 – Doodle Garden Flower Collage
In this project, you will create fun doodle flowers, stems, and leaves. In part 2, you will create a messy watercolor background and then glue your flowers onto it to make a fun collage!
Project 6 – Doodling with Acrylics
In this project, you will learn how to build a colorful, busy collage with acrylic paint, accented with paint pens. Please note, you can adapt this project to use watercolor instead of acrylics.
Project 7 – Doodling with Markers
In this project, we will have fun with markers. I will show you how to take a few basic flowers and leaves and build a doodle around them.