Friday, March 1, 2013

Doodles

As promised, I'm posting some of the doodles on my log book at work...just a way to kill time and boredom during meetings and discussions. :)

 Boss' leather bag
 Handwritten vs Dual monitors
 Something for everyone
 What a lot of people would like to do.
 A wooden duck sculpture in Boss' office.
 Pokeball (Ball in Chinese)
 Soccerball + GP(Eye)
Padlock and Woody(Wudi = Undefeatable in Chinese)

Thanks again for visiting and leaving comments. ^^

30 comments:

  1. They look great to me!! I really like a lot of these. This is so funny, I was considering doing a doodle post. Many of my doodles are more creative than when I think about my drawings. Great stuff!

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    1. Yeah :) People tend to do silly things and have silly thoughts when they are bored.
      Thanks Dan

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  2. Superb and so much fun!
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  3. Yay Pokeballs, and impossible locks! I wish I could doodle like this, too! :D

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    1. Hahaha, I am sure you can if you keep doing it over and over again like I do.

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  4. I like all of the above, but I especially like the Handwritten vs. Dual Monitors...also the M&M man :-)

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  5. Your doodles are great! They're so rich of fantasy and inventivness! Don't stop making them!

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    1. I practically doodle in every 2 pages on my log book(helps me to remember where they are, otherwise all the pages look the same) I'll keep doodling that's for sure ;)

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  6. Ahh I see that you're as good as I am paying attention to meetings, lol... Great sketches, I really like the bag (nice detail) and I would also like to boot elmo (my kids tortured me with his laugh for years and it still drives me bonkers if I hear it)... Fun sketches!!!

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    1. I guess we're both selective listeners Mari :D
      And Elmo scared me one time so bad when I was at Walmart after working night shift early morning, looking for toys for kids.... they all started 'laughing' as I walked pass >.<

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  7. A nice little collection, they look good together!

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    1. Thanks Cathy :) It's a strange compilation that's for sure

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  8. Funny sketches, Alex ! I like them !They are definitely part of every day life !! :o)

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    1. Thank you Martine! The stuff I doodled definitely had nothing to do with what were being discussed in the meetings ^^

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  9. I like your doodling a lot it's especially fun how it's tucked all around real life riting. Bosses duck, like the angle I imagine it sitting on the desk staring at you.

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    1. Yes Mary :D That duck is ALWAYS there...it's a pretty duck nonetheless. Thanks

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  10. What a great set of doodles - they are really alive and vibrant and fun. And anyway, I am sure I read somewhere that those who doodle in meetings are more likely to remember the meeting and have more productive ideas!

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    1. It's so true Jane. I mean, I can't really remember much about the meetings, but I sure remember where the pages are :D I could relate to those days a lot easier when they pages don't look so homogeneous

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  11. LOVE, love, love the doodles!!!!!

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    1. Thank you Beth ^^ You're sweet!

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  12. Yeah! it's nice to see the more relaxed side of you. Enjoyed all the sketches.

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    1. I am glad you could tell Sandra! :) No rules, just draw what's on your head...and what you see around you. It's definitely a lot more relaxing than portraits

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  13. LOL, your doodles are better than a lot of my regular drawings. When I doodle it's mostly just shapes and forms.

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    1. Thank you Caatje, you're too modest.

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