I’ve become intrigued by the art of doodling. So yesterday, before opening my email, I began doing a bit of doodling of my own. Fearing I’d get sloppy after a half hour of pen to paper, I stopped to check my email. It struck me as coincidental that the challenge for this week was titled “Lost in the Details.” Peace – Lost in the Details.
It’s my first attempt at this doodling thing. I found it quite relaxing and engaging. You should try it.
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Amiga! This is GREAT! Giddye-up! I look forward to watching this evolve! Keep doodling! Z
Thanks, z. So much fun! Very zen 🙂
I plan to try again.
Well done – a wonderful Zentangle!
Today is the first day I heard that word – Zentangle. It fits. Thanks for stopping by Margie. 🙂
I used to doodle in classes all the time. It usually didn’t turn out as pretty as yours.
It was fun. I’m sure you made some great art. 🙂
Thanks for visiting.
Wow! Intense doodling.
Ya think? It was so much fun that if it was intense I didn’t notice 🙂
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Fantastic! Think I can still remember how to hold a pen. Can’t drive anything but a keyboard or a camera these days!
Thanks, Jo. I know. Kind of a foreign feeling. 😉
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Thanks for the PB. 🙂
This is amazing. I want you to do 30 of these and put them together like a coloring book. Then give it to me so I can color them all in with my colored pencils. I think coloring is even more Zen than doodling. That being said, Peace is ALWAYS in the details.
I’m on it!
And thanks 🙂 ❤
love it ! add some color with paints and tah dah ! you have a piece of art that you can frame .. thats how I got started 🙂
I’ll leave the coloring to Gen. (See above) 😉
What a great doodle. I don’t think I could stick to a doodle that long. 🙂 Looks like something that should be on the wall at MOMA.
Haha! MOMA! Thanks. They would let me in the door with this, but never give up. 😉
great work. it needs lot of patience
Thank you, Amar. Patience. Something I’m working on. 🙂
WOW!! I love it.
Haha! Thanks, Cee.
Beautiful art work Gem , I agree for peace always 🙂
Thanks, Jake. And yes. Always.
You are quite artistic in a doodly kind of way.
Is that a good thing? I hope so 😉
Awesome work of Art. Even more awesome is its message. Peace is a precious gift we can give to ourselves and the world around us.
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Isn’t that wonderful. I see details and details. I love it.. You have done a great work in this one. Thanks for sharing
Why thank you, Mariane 🙂
wonderful graphic art!
Thank you, frizz.
Doodle on, my friend, doodle on!
Now that IS cool Gemma…really artistic indeed
Thank you, Jo. 🙂
This is really great, Gemma. Your doodling and the challenge: Synchronicity!
Really charming —
What an accomplished doodler you are, Gemma. I absolutely love this. 🙂
Thanks, ad. I’m just getting started 😉
Have a safe trip home – from home 😆
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Keep on doodling! I’ll have to give it a go myself, but I doubt it will be publishable!
Go for it! I’m sure it will be fun. Thanks for dropping by, Debbie. 🙂
You could do graffiti. Ethical graffiti that is, not the tagging kind.
Ethical graffiti? Making a statement? Is this so? I’m not up on this lingo. And should I thank you ;-)?
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Groovy swirls Gemma 😉 you could quite get lost in those details . I loved decorating my school book covers with those Balloon Letters way back when 😀
I reckon you would like doing zentangles ! http://www.zentangle.com Bec and Alana who started Shoot it; Sketch it often use them in their work .
I think it was after seeing Zentangle on your blog that I stopped by there. Thanks!
Wow! You are making up for lost time! Welcome back and thanks, ioanna.