Pencil Rock Wall
Image 121 came about with absolutely no prior
planning. In fact, the doodle was originally a horizontal
layout, but became vertical.
With Image 122 I had drawn the border several weeks before and thought it ought to have a soapbox car to go with it.
In Image 123 decided to try a doodle by using stencils to cut simple shapes from bright card stock. This doodle is also in the Doodle Design section showing the before and after the pen work. I did line work on the yellow heart with the red center, so replaced and left it alone.
Cutting out the stencil shapes is a little time consuming, but it's easy and is a form of doodling about anyone can do.
With Image 124 I stenciled an ellipse and filled it in.
Image 125 is also included in Quickies.
Image 126 began from a quick squiggle. I just wanted to play and without any planning.
Image 127 was actually drawn months ago but never finished because I wasn't sure what to do with it. The original thought was a boat of some kind, but then I decided to put wheels on it instead and get on with other drawings.
I've been ordering various stencils from eBay and the center of Image 128 is an Indian one used to body paint with henna. It's waxy and is sticky on the back. It's a little tricky to work with because the stencil is flexible--like waxed string.
The center of Image 130 was drawn using a brass stencil. I'm quite enjoying my new stencil kick for as long as it lasts.
Image 131 is more stencil practice.
Image 132 is just more practice.
Image 133 is large and quite detailed.
Was fun to include a seahorse in image 134.
Image 135 is simple a mismash of doodling I had laying around for a couple of years and attempted to salvage.
Image 136 is a very early exercise in pencil. I was enamored with rock walls at the time. It didn't scan well so much of the detail doesn't show.
Image 137 was a freeform.
Image 138 is more stencil play.